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 WHAT WE DO

 Our mission is to raise awareness and create change so that more female voices will be heard in country music. Our gal is to have more women played on radio stations, signed to record and publishing deals and offered high-profile opportunities, such as performing on TV and awards shows. 

We Dispel the myths that women don't support other female artists or desire more female voices on the radio. We commission research and include expert opinions to present the truth of women's successes, such as album sales, ticket sales, social media influence and endorsement deals. We provide new artist development,  mentoring opportunities and other guidance to help young female singer-songwriters and executives. 

WE FIGHT INEQUALITY WITH TRUTH.


WHY IT MATTERS

The lack of voices heard on country radio affect not only those who are making music , but those listening as well. Music plays  a powerful role in shaping our popular culture . Today's music does not reflect who we are as a country and sends the wrong message to our girls and women. Too often, country songs portray women as a pretty ornament on the passenger side. It is time to reclaim a woman's place in the driver's seat.

When women don't hear music made by women, it takes its toll on our self-esteem, dreams and ambitions. It is time for women to hear their stories and experiences reflected in popular music, especially during a time when so many songs objectify them. This is about refusing to limit girls' dreams. 

THIS IS ABOUT DOING WHAT IS RIGHT. 


 WHY NOW

Although country music is known for its iconic female artists, from Dolly Parton and Loretta Lynn to Tammy Wynette, Reba McEntire and Shania Twain, the format has become increasingly male-dominated in the last decade. While women are making some of the best music today, as evidenced by their frequent industry-voted award wins for album of the year, too few are receiving radio airplay. 

SOME OF THE FACTS

Since 2010, female artists won ACM's Album of the Year five of the last seven years. Artists such as Miranda Lambert and Kacey Musgraves are regularly included in critics' year-end list of best albums.

Country radio will play numerous songs by men singing ABOUT "girls," but they wont play many songs BY females. 

Indeed only THREE of the Top 30 most played acts on country radio in 2016 were solo females.

Billboard's year-end list of the 60-most played songs on country radio in 2015 included just 6 songs by solo females - only 10 percent. There was not one female in the Top 25

Unfortunately the lack of women on country radio is a well-documented trend -- in 2014 women had only three songs in country radio's most-heard 60 songs of the year and in 2013, there were six

Radio play dictates so many aspects of country music, including label and publishing signings and award nominations and wins, sit it is vital that this gender inequality be corrected immediately. 


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