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SISTERS DOIN’ IT FOR THEMSELVES

From the Femme It Forward initiative featuring artists like CARDI B to MAREN MORRIS’ Girl: The World Tour, female acts are banding together and hitting the road. Hear them roar.

WHEN LEGENDARY ROCK DUO HEART hits the road this summer for its Love Alive Tour, Ann and Nancy Wilson will expand their sisterhood. A lineup of opening acts and special guests comprising all women, including Sheryl Crow, Brandi Carlile, and Elle King will join the reunited Rock & Roll Hall of Famers.

Hearteningly, says Ann Wilson, the female-centric bill was not a conscious choice. “The fact that we ended up with all female artists happened by accident—a fantastic accident!” says the mighty-voiced frontwoman. “This show is a chance for everyone to enjoy the power of

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