A host of artists, including Joan Jett, Tash Sultana, Cat Power, Billie Eilish and dozens more are donating a range of products to support the Girls Rock Reverb Gives auction. The proceeds of the auction will go to ten nonprofits that empower female, transgender and gender non-conforming youth through music.
Now your Reverb splurge can go to a good cause. A bunch of exceptional artists are donating memorabilia and gear to the Girls Rock Reverb Gives Auction. Get behind it next week.
Among the special items is an Ernie Ball Music Man guitar from Kimbra, an Oscar Schmidt autoharp from Nancy Wilson a Taylor BT2 acoustic guitar, signed by Linda Perry, as well as a Sennheiser MD441 microphone, signed by Stevie Nicks.
There’s also an array of autographed LPs, tour posters and even clothing to be picked up at the auction, that kicks off on May 21.
Visit Reverb for all the details.
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