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She's A Badass:
Women In Rock Shaping Feminism

Female rock musician playing electric guitar.

Tuesday, March 5, 2024

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Price: Free

Program in Gender
& Sexuality Studies

122 Nassau St
Princeton, NJ 08544

Program in Gender
& Sexuality Studies

Event Description

Feminism has always been a complex and controversial topic, as female rock musicians know especially well. 

When they've stayed true to their own vision, these artists have alternately been adored as role models or denounced as bad influences.

In She's a Badass, music journalist Katherine Yeske Taylor interviews 20 significant women in rock taking an in-depth look at the incredible talent and determination they needed to succeed in their careers. 

Interviewees range from legendary artists through notable up-and-comers, including Ann Wilson, Gina Schock, Suzanne Vega, Amy Ray, and more. 

Katherine Yeske Taylor began her career as a rock critic during the 1990s, interviewing Georgia musical royalty such as the Indigo Girls, R.E.M., and the Black Crowes. Since then, she has conducted several hundred interviews and contributes regularly to Billboard, Spin, and American Songwriter, among others. 
Tom Beaujour is a journalist, co-founder, and former editor-in-chief of Revolver, America's premier hard rock and heavy metal monthly. Beaujour has produced and mixed albums by Nada Surf, Guided by Voices, the Juliana Hatfield Three, and many others.

Additional Information

Co-presented by Labyrinth and the Princeton Public Library

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