Written by Sophie Wyatt
March marks the annual celebration of Women’s History Month. And 24 year old singer-songwriter and actor Georgia Lowe aka Glowe, is marking the occasion by bringing together an all-female musical lineup. ‘Glowe and Guests’ is set to showcase some of London’s brightest upcoming musical talent, while simultaneously celebrating the past and the present of female musicians.
Amplifying the voices of women in the industry, the event will be packed full of live performances – blending contemporary genres such as R&B, Pop and Neo Soul. Guests include Asha Gold, Gia Lily and Flo Gallop. The evening will also be hosted by KISS FM producer, BBC intro/Radio 1 presenter Jodie Bryant. Glowe has even put together a playlist collating the artists music to help fans get hyped pre-show.
Ahead of the show this coming Friday, Glowe invited the flourishing female artists to her house in London for a bottomless brunch. Glowe informed us that the day was packed full of homemade cocktails, interviews and having an amazing time with each other in the run up to the night. As a fast-rising newcomer herself, Glowe understands the struggle of female artists in the industry, and appreciates the hardships of women that came before her. Storming her way into the spotlight, the London-based singer songwriter’s bubbly exuberant pop continues to reinforce this with hit singles about love, heartbreak and celebrating womanhood.
When discussing the event, Glowe said “Curating a show for Women’s History Month has been such an exciting and valuable experience. Before the actual show takes place, I wanted to bring the artists on my lineup together in the hope of forming new friendships and to create a genuine support system. So that’s exactly what we did! I hosted a brunch in my flat and we danced, ate, listened to each other and laughed LOTS. Not to mention drank some delicious cocktails provided by Wavey Ice. The event left me feeling so grateful to be surrounded by such positive and talented women. We all carry so many worries and anxieties in the music industry which is why it’s so important to uplift each other.”