Electronic violinist, dancer and artist Lindsey Stirling; classically trained pianist-turned-touring keyboardist Bonnie McIntosh; and veteran music journalist Melinda Newman, Billboard’s executive editor for the West Coast and Nashville, have been added to the list of 2024 She Rocks Awards honorees.
Other newly-added honorees are Holly G, writer and founder of the Black Opry and Black Opry Records; Jamie Deering, CEO of Deering Banjo Company; and Lindsay Love-Bivens, artist and community relations manager for Taylor Guitars.
These trailblazers join previously-announced honorees Debbie Gibson, Laura Karpman, Britt Lightning, Kelsy Karter and Sylvia Massy.
The 12th annual live awards show will take place on Thursday, Jan. 25 at 7:00 p.m. at the Anaheim Convention Center Ballroom in Anaheim, Calif. The show will be co-hosted by Susanna Hoffs, co-founder and frontwoman for The Bangles, solo artist and author, and AIJIA, artist, songwriter, vocal producer and performer.
For the opening act, PRS Guitars international touring artist Jimena Fosado will perform with her trio, which features Melanie Jo on drums and Lex Wolfe on bass.
The She Rocks Awards is the premier event during the NAMM Show, bringing together music and audio industry professionals, artists, fans and the media. The celebratory evening includes live music, awards and speeches, dinner, a silent auction, gift bags and more. The She Rocks Awards is open to the public. Find out more and purchase tickets at sherocksawards.com.
The She Rocks Awards will be live-streamed by AXS TV, Spin magazine and NAMM. Learn more about the She Rocks Awards and get tickets at sherocksawards.com.
The Women’s International Music Network (the WiMN) presents the annual event. Founded in 2012, the WiMN unites women who work within all facets of the music and audio industries. Music industry veteran Laura B. Whitmore founded the organization. For more information, visit www.TheWiMN.com.