Women`s Music Series & Radio
Women`s Music Series & Radio mission is to Empower Women artists by showcasing and promoting their talents with enthusiastic integrity. Dedicated to building impactful, creative, reciprocating relationships that benefit and sustain the artist as well as the community. “We nurture humanity not vanity”
TeXchromosome is a non-profit organization founded and operated by seasoned female musicians who selflessly give of their time and resources as a labor of love for music and the arts
- We provide yearly scholarships (TeX Music Awards) to chosen performing female artists to help fund workshops and retreat for qualifying artists.
- Airplay and interviews on our Women’s international radio show
- Sponsor female songwriting festivals stages for TeXchromosome Artists
- Self-care workshops and creative Writing retreats
2019 Tex Music Award Winner Emily Grace Clark
Emily will have the honor of singing with The Vet Church in Washington, D.C. as part of its pilgrimage to the prestigious National Cathedral for their annual concert happening in tandem with our Unsung Heroines Tour Kickoff in CNY. We could not be prouder of our award recipient for her generosity of spirit and dedication to music advocacy. We look forward to the next year of supporting her career and watching her grow.
Meet Kay Miracle
Bare Bones Americana Artist. No matter what incarnation you see her in, be it Kay & The Miracle Cure, Ghost Town Ramblers, or Buck Naked. It is she who shines through. North East /West Representative.
President and Founder Penny Jo Pullus & Alice Wallace Our 1st Tex Music Award Winner 2018
In this new climate of #TimesUp and #MeToo, women are finally feeling empowered to stand up to their aggressors. And this latest single from Southern California recording artist Alice Wallace continues this important conversation by addressing the compromises women have to make to move through the world – how women learn early on that the simple act of walking through an empty parking lot or getting a drink at a bar bring an inherent risk. Women are being asked to “live quiet as a mouse in a room full of elephants.”
Syracuse New Times
Syracuse New TimesThe TeXchromosome showcases will spread the music of these women, and other talents, across the country.
The first series of it’s kind, TeXchromosome highlights some of the strongest Independent female performers in the United States, blending genres and captivating music lovers of country, blues, americana, and good ol’ rock and roll. Go see a show!