Articles about Women's Music

Swamp Sistas: Beth McKee and a socio-musical swamp revival online and real time
International Journal of Community Music (2015) Vol. 8, No. 1, pp. 105ff

Beth McKee, the singer/songwriter known for her Mississippi roots and music-recording career created a community of mostly American women known as the Swamp Sistas. Although the network was developed to energize McKee's female fan base, it quickly became a virtual ...

Doin' Time with Meg and Cris, Thirty Years Later: The Queer Temporality of Pseudonostalgia
Women & Music (2015) Vol. 19, pp. 86-93

Meg Christian and Cris Williamson's Live at Carnegie Hall album, released in 198 t, opens with "Anniversary," a song composed by Cris for the tenth anniversary of Olivia Records. After a few seconds of drumsticks marking time, the applause of ...

Voices of Women
American Record Guide (2015) Vol. 78, No. 5, pp. 216


Women's Songs: The Lullaby in the Spanish Autonomous Region of Valencia
Western Folklore (2014) Vol. 73, No. 1, pp. 69-116

A lullaby is a song performed almost exclusively by women in all cultures to make children fall asleep. But traditional lullaby singing has declined due to social change. This study analyzes its structure and content thoroughly and aspects of this ...