Future is Female

Stella Rosa® Future Is Female is a new music series consisting of national tours and special one-off events that showcase and Stellabrate the brightest new females in their respective genres. Debuting in 2023 with six-time CMA Award nominee and ACM New Female of the Year 2022 winner, Lainey Wilson, Future Is Female was created in an effort to increase female representation across the music industry. In partnership with We Are Moving the Needle, a nonprofit organization supporting all women recording industry professionals; Stella Rosa Future Is Female will donate $1 from each ticket sale from the tour.

For tickets & more information, please visit www.LaineyWilson.com.

BENEFITING

Founded in 2021 by Grammy-winning mixing and mastering engineer, Emily Lazar, We Are Moving The Needle is a nonprofit organization supporting all women recording industry professionals, audio engineers, and producers. We are an inclusive organization working to create measurable change by empowering women in the recording and professional audio industry with the education, equipment, and mentorship needed to succeed at the highest levels.

The soundboard is made up of an incredible crew of artists, creators, engineers, producers, and music business role models that are doing the work to change the score. The list includes Brandi Carlile, Alanis Morissette, Maggie Rogers, Brittany Howard, and more.


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Established

2022
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Stats

Less than 10%

of all US touring headliners are female artists

(Source: Pollstar)

Less than 10%

of all US touring headliners are female artists

(Source: Pollstar)

Only 2%

of the producers and audio engineers across popular music are women, and male producers outnumber female producers 47 to 1

(Source: USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study from 2021)

Only 2%

of the producers and audio engineers across popular music are women, and male producers outnumber female producers 47 to 1

(Source: USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative study from 2021)

Female artists

make almost 30% less money than male artists

(Source: Music Business Worldwide)

Female artists

make almost 30% less money than male artists

(Source: Music Business Worldwide)

Only one

major label in the US is run by a female

(Sylvia Rhone, Epic Records)

Only one

major label in the US is run by a female

(Sylvia Rhone, Epic Records)

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