The 2019 She Rocks Showcase at the ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO

Friday, May 3, 2019 • 9:30pm
at Live House • 1534 N Highland Ave, Hollywood
No cover • ASCAP Expo badge required for entry 

The sixth annual She Rocks Showcase presents a unique opportunity for female artists of all styles to perform in front of industry experts, media representatives, artists, publishers and more during the ASCAP “I Create Music” Expo.

The event is sponsored by Martin Guitar, 108 Rock Star Guitars, John Paul Mitchell and M.A.C Cosmetics.

To find out more about the ASCAP EXPO, visit

Praised by Rolling Stone for her “stellar powerhouse vocals,” GRAMMY Award winner and The Voice alum Judith Hill built up a solid resume penning and performing her own material, as well as backing up such artists as Stevie Wonder and the late Michael Jackson. She has also opened for Josh Groban, John Legend and Prince both in the US and the UK. Her debut album, Back In Time, which she co-produced with Prince, is out now on NPG Records. Her sophomore album, Golden Child, was released in 2018.


Growing up listening to Alicia Keys and Amy Winehouse, Gigi Rich was inspired to write her first song at age 13, which topped the NY Songwriter’s Circle charts. She pursued her musical ambitions and won Amateur Night at New York’s iconic Apollo Theater. After graduating high school early to pursue studies at Juilliard and Berklee College of Music, she landed a spot on Team Gwen in season seven of The Voice. Rich is currently performing and finishing her next EP.


Soulful singer-songwriter and American Idol alum, Halle Johnson, has rocked the stage at iconic venues such as Ampliyfi, The L.A. Recording Academy, The GRAMMY Museum, and more. A finalist from Guitar Center’s national Singer-Songwriter contest, Johnson wows audiences with her timeless and original music, and edgy sound. After overcoming many personal obstacles, she became a “triple threat” in the L.A. scene, pursing modeling, acting and singing.


Eliza Spear has spent the past few years relentlessly fine tuning her writing and her classic rock-pop-twangy sound. Her music speaks truths about coming of age, young love, and discovering who you are. Her lyrics are authentic and relatable, and although she’s singing her story, it’s a story everyone can connect to. On stage, her energetic performances captivate audiences with a “hangout” vibe.


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