All Headline News — â€œWomen Who Rockâ€ are going to be highlighted at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum with a groundbreaking and provocative exhibit, featuring female superstars like Madonna and Britney Spears.
â€œWomen Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Powerâ€ will take visitors through an interactive journey highlighting the firsts, the bests, and most memorable moments of the females who have played important roles in rock and roll.
More than 60 pop culture icons and artists will be spotlighted during the exhibit, including Chrissie Hynde, Bikini Kill, Wanda Jackson, and more.
The exhibit, which will fill two floors of the museum, will feature video, listening stations, artifacts, and more. A recording booth will be feature, where visitors can record or film their own moments inspired by women in rock.
Through the eras and leading up to the present day, the exhibit even takes a closer look at some of the female pop princesses who not only used their talent but their sexuality to become some of the most talked-about performers in history in a portion of the exhibit called â€œCausing a Commotion: Madonna and the Pop Explosion.â€
â€œCausing a Commotionâ€ explores the controversial female artists who pushed the boundaries of whatâ€™s expected of female pop singers, including Britney Spears, Cyndi Lauper, Janet Jackson, Christina Aguilera and Gwen Stefani.
The â€œWomen Who Rock: Vision, Passion, Powerâ€ exhibit begins at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland on May 13th.
There is also a little bit more information on the official site, rockhall.com, and even photos, but none of Gwen’s outfits.