Your Bold Women Playlist


The Growing Bolder community knows how to jam! Recently, we asked for your favorite women-led songs and created a playlist with them to celebrate International Women’s Day on March 8. Head to Youtube to check out the playlist and see below to check out some of the community’s suggestions.

The song and artist will be different each day but today it’s Aretha and RESPECT.Joanne Carrol

‘These Boots are Made for Walking’ – Nancy Sinatra. Love to listen to it and love to sing it at karaoke!

Dianne Spalding

‘I am Woman, Hear me Roar.’ I am happy that I taught my daughters to be independent and not to take any crap from anyone. I always encouraged them to be themselves.Paul Hutchins

‘The Best Thing that ever Happened to Me’ by Gladys Knight.Robin Ramsey

Etta James, ‘At Last’Kat Lester-Anderson

‘I Love Rock ‘n’ Roll’ Joan Jett & the Blackhearts.Al Sobrack

‘What’s Going On’ by 4 Non Blondes

Tonudvhna Digatoli

‘Diamonds and Rust’ – Joan BaezVickie Linnet

‘Wind Beneath My Wings’ by Bette MidlerDiane Rail

Joni Mitchell, Court and SparkTrudi Goodman

‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’ Cyndi LauperCynthia Werstein

‘Linda Ronstadt, ‘Still Within the Sound of My Voice’

David A. Hamilton

Love that song Betty Davis Eyes!Sharon Storlee

‘Sisters are Doin It for Themselves’ – Annie Lennox & ArethaJanet Landry

‘What the World Needs Now’ recorded by Dionne WarwickBarbara Steinhaus

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