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Win a Chance to Perform at the 2017 She Rocks Awards

Win a Chance to Perform at the 2017 She Rocks Awards

OK, all you female guitarsits out there! Now's your chance to submit to open for the rockin' 2017 She Rocks Awards in Anaheim, California. 

The Women’s International Music Network (the WiMN) has partnered with #SaveAGuitar to award one winner the opening spot to perform at the fifth annual She Rocks Awards January 20, 2017, at the Winter NAMM show.

The winner also will receive a Breedlove Pursuit Concert acoustic-electric guitar and profiles on the WiMN and #SaveAGuitar websites. Also included in the prize pack is a pair of tickets to the awards show, as well as a badge to attend the Winter NAMM show. Ten lucky runners-up will receive a feature on the #SaveAGuitar site and socials, a feature on the WiMN socials, plus a Breedlove T-shirt.

Contestants can enter by submitting their bio, along with links to their favorite performance and social media links, plus a short narrative sharing why playing guitar is important to them and why they love the guitar before the September 30, 2016, deadline. Winners will be selected from among all eligible entries, and announced before November 1, 2016. For complete contest rules and to enter, visit

WiMN founder Laura B. Whitmore says, “In addition to recognizing accomplished musicians, we're also always on the lookout for bright, emerging talents, and so we're thrilled to partner with #SaveAGuitar to offer this exciting opportunity for a deserving new musician to perform for their peers at the fifth annual She Rocks Awards.”

The She Rocks Awards pays tribute to women who display leadership and stand out within the music industry, and has become a standard at the NAMM Show. Previous award recipients include female industry leaders such as Jennifer Batten, Karmin, Colbie Caillat, Sheila E, The Bangles, Orianthi, Dinah Gretsch, Craigie Zildjian, Janie L. Hendrix, Amani Duncan, Mary Peavey and more. The event brings together industry professionals, music icons, artists, fans and media to celebrate women in music.

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