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WOODY GUTHRIE CENTER® TO SHOWCASE STRONGER TOGETHER: THE POWER OF WOMEN IN COUNTRY MUSIC New exhibit, presented and curated by the GRAMMY Museum®, celebrates some of country’s leading ladies TULSA, Okla.— Dolly Parton, Rosanne Cash, Mickey Guyton, and Taylor Swift are among the artists spotlighted in Stronger Together: The Power of Women in Country Music, a GRAMMY Museum exhibit opening Oct. 22 at the Woody Guthrie Center in Tulsa. Partially sponsored in Tulsa by Arvest Foundation, the exhibit traces the influence of female artists in country music. From the Carter Family to Kitty Wells, Tammy Wynette, Patsy Cline, and Emmylou
Springsteen will be recognized for his work continuing Woody’s legacy with a virtual event. TULSA, Okla. –Bruce Springsteen will be recognized this year as the latest recipient of the Woody Guthrie Prize. The Woody Guthrie Center® will present the award in an event set to stream virtually May 13 for Woody Guthrie Center members. For more information on becoming a member, go to woodyguthriecenter.org. Over 20 studio albums, Springsteen has used his storytelling ability to write songs that connect with people who faced the hard times and celebrated the good times. Often backed by the E Street Band, Springsteen’s music
Opening May 21, 2021, the exhibit examines the role of music in informing and inspiring social consciousness throughout American history, featuring an array of musicians across decades and genres, all using their art to push toward a more equitable world.
Presented and curated by the GRAMMY Museum®, the Take Me Out To The Ball Game special exhibit opens in January and runs through May.