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Mar 13

Virtual Fam Jam: Women's History Month

Free Virtual Event
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Your phone or computer
Special free online programming for families celebrating Women's History Month!
The Rock Hall's virtual Fam Jam series is hosted in partnership with The Cleveland Public Library, The Beck Center for the Arts, and The Children’s Museum of Cleveland.
About the Event

Free digital events include educational activities, live music, crafts and stories.

Watch and join along on the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's YouTube channel.

Featuring music education activities curated by the Rock Hall’s award-winning Education team, live performances from The Beck Center for the Arts, crafts with The Children’s Museum of Cleveland and story time with The Cleveland Public Library, each virtual variety hour event is jam-packed with engaging content for kids of all ages.

Teachers and parents can create a free account on Rock Hall EDU, the Rock Hall’s digital education platform powered by PNC to access supplemental activity information including craft supply lists, instruction sheets, and accompanying activity worksheets.

Presenting Partner

All virtual Fam Jams are presented by the John P. Murphy Foundation.

Hosting Partners

The Rock Hall's virtual Fam Jam series is hosted in partnership with The Cleveland Public Library, The Beck Center for the Arts, and The Children’s Museum of Cleveland.

Non Members

Women played a central role in the development of the rock-and-roll genre, beginning with early blues artists, like Ma Rainey and Bessie Smith, and gospel artist Sister Rosetta Tharpe. Spirited rhythm-and-blues singers – such as Ruth BrownLaVern Baker, and rockabilly star Wanda Jackson added their creative talents to popular music through its explosive growth in the ‘50s. Girl groups, like the Shirelles and Supremes, and Rock Hall’s first female Inductee Aretha Franklin dominated the charts in the ‘60s while Janis JoplinGrace Slick and Joni Mitchell carried the torch into the ‘70s. Artists such as Joan JettAnn WilsonDebbie HarryPat BenatarChrissie HyndePatti Smith, and Stevie Nicks paved the way for women in the ‘80s and ‘90s with their music and style. And, blazing a way through the 21st century includes the incredible voices of St. VincentJanelle MonaeLady GagaBeyonce, and new generations of trailblazers who were influenced by those before them.

Induction Vault podcast

Enjoy podcast episodes with unfiltered access to iconic Induction speeches, including past episodes featuring influential women of rock with Stevie Nicks, Alicia Keys, Joan Jett, Miley Cyrus, Janet Jackson, Janelle Monae, Diana Ross, Ann Wilson, Mavis Staples, Lauryn Hill, Bonnie Raitt, Melissa Etheridge, Joan Baez, Gladys Knick, and Mariah Carey.

Subscribe on the iHeart Radio App, Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your favorite podcasts

Rock Hall EDU

Teachers and parents, we're here to help you engage with students as schools move to at home, online instruction. Rock Hall EDU, our free digital learning platform, is full of resources and activities that use the power of rock & roll to engage students of all ages.

Bring the spirit of Women’s History Month into your classroom with free materials and collections including The Supremes CollectionWhitney Houston CollectionAccidentals CollectionMavis Staples Collection, Aretha Franklin Collection, and more. Sign up now for your free account to access these materials.

Women Who Rock playlist

Listen, download and follow the Rock Hall’s latest playlists on Spotify featuring the most influential #WomenWhoRock from the 50s through the 90s. 

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