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Get ready for Femme Fridays this March!

In honor of Women's History Month, the ladies of WKMS are taking to the airwaves from 11 to noon every Friday in March. There will be sets from female artists celebrating women, short interviews with women of all ages from the region and general female comradery and empowering others. Join Melanie A. Davis, Jenni Todd, Dixie Lynn, Asia Burnett & Catie Bates-Robertson for this musical journey. Hope you can tune in!

Friday, March 4th: 11 am
Femme Fridays: Powerful Ladies
Catie Bates-Robertson hosts "Powerful Ladies," the first of Femme Fridays' four parts. Featured music includes powerhouses of the 60s and 70s, punk rock legends and contemporary artists. With questions including what being a woman means to you, female friendships, taking the lead, and what we like to do for fun - it should be a great start to the series!

Friday, March 11th: 11 am
Femme Fridays: Who We Are
Asia Burnett hosts "Who We Are," part two of the Femme Fridays series. This episode features musicians around the world and from right here in our western Kentucky backyard. "Who We Are" also celebrates working women and offers perspectives on the female experience within our own communities, including themes like work and motherhood.

Friday, March 18th: 11 am
Femme Fridays: Decades
Dixie Lynn hosts "Decades," the third part of the Femme Fridays series. Lynn will travel through time and revisit influential female artists from the 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s. This episode will also include a historical perspective on womanhood over the years and what we hope to see next!

Friday, March 25th: 11 am
Femme Fridays: All About Love
Jenni Todd hosts the final installment of Femme Fridays. "All About Love" explores all facets of love in womanhood: romantic, platonic, and self. Featured music includes midcentury classics and contemporary hits. This episode will also feature perspectives of women in the community about love.

Need more women's history programming? See the full list here.