Women have been rocking our world with their music for nearly 80 years, and are often under-appreciated and under-valued in the genre of rock 'n' roll. Join us for a celebration of women rockers - the pioneers who changed the world with their voices and messages. The performance features music by female rockers from the 1950s to the present, and the vocalists will be backed by some of the strongest rock musicians currently performing in Princeton area bands.
In the event of rain, the performance will be held in the Community Room.
Lead Vocalists: Eunice Franklin-Baker, Abena Sunshine Glazer, Olive Joseph, Dana Pontani and Lisa Theodore
Band Members: Bob Belloff (vocal director, guitar, vocals), Kathy Haynie (music director, keys, vocals), Laura Manfredi (bass, vocals) John Mazzeo (lead guitar), David Ross (drums, percussion)
About the Producers:
Kathy Haynie is an Oberlin College graduate in music (piano performance) who has been directing and producing music for decades. She is a co-founder of Princeton's Einstein's Alley Musical Collaborative and is active in numerous rock bands, chamber music groups and collaborative musical projects in the area. She holds a PhD in educational psychology from Stanford.
Eunice Franklin-Becker has been singing in bands on and off since college, and has been active in a number of collaborative musical projects and tribute shows in the Princeton area since 2018. She studied history at the University of Pennsylvania and holds a master of public health from Emory University.