The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame + Museum


“Go Your Own Way”: Conversations on Women Who Rock

Suggested Grade Level: 7-12

In this class, students will explore the various roles of trailblazing women in the music industry such as producers, performers, DJs, managers, executives, and journalists.  This interactive videoconference class requires a thoughtful pre-connection writing assignment that will serve as the foundation for a dynamic discussion with Rock Hall educators.

Interested?  Click here to book this program!

..........................................................................................................................................................................................

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum partnered with PBS to interview women who rock about their approaches to their craft. Below are links to videos that feature different artists talking about songwriting and rock and roll.

Ann and Nancy Wilson
Cyndi Lauper
Cynthia Weil
Bonnie Raitt
Darlene Love

..........................................................................................................................................................................................

Videos are offered as supplemental content to classes.

Carol Kaye, a bass player with the famous Wrecking Crew group of musicians, discusses being one of the few woman who were session players in the 1960s.

See below for additional video resources related to this class.

........................................................................................................................................................................

Selected Song List

%s1 / %s2
Students will learn about the impact women have had in different capacities in the music industry.

Registering for this Class

To sign up for this class, click on the REGISTER NOW button below and follow the instructions for program registration. An education department representative will contact you within 2-3 days of the program request submission. If a representative does not contact you within 5 business days, please call the Education Department at 216.515.1202.

register now

Additional Resources