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Women Making Music: Mary Gauthier
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Women Making Music: Tori Amos
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Women Making Music: Joan Baez
In this "Women Making Music" vignette folk icon Joan Baez ponders her evolution in both her personal and artistic life since her beginnings as a performer forty years ago.
Women Making Music: Erin McKeown
Singer songwriter Erin McKeown muses about her artistic process and fascination with Judy Garland in WXPN's continuing series of short modules called Women Making Music
Women Making Music: Jolie Holland
Jolie Holland is a Texas-born singer-songwriter with an impressive musical vocabulary and a wandering spirit. The newcomer muses about her life in this vignette.
Women Making Music: k.d. lang
Genre defying performer k.d. lang remarks on her life in music as WXPN continues it's "Women Making Music" vignettes.
This segment will run locally on WXPN in Philadelphia several times during Women's History Month.
Timing and Cues
Segment runs 3:13
Begins and ends with music
Suggested host intro: In celebration of Women's history month we're hearing first-hand from some of today's most important artists. Here's Ani Difranco--an independent spirit and musician who has been described as a folkie in punk's clothing.