The Greatest Women-Fronted Rock Songs Of The 60s

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Girl Power!


Women have been bringing the grace of rock n’ roll for a long time now, and these great ladies who also defined rock music in the 60s’ lead the way and certainly paved the way for the female rockers who are still rocking it out today – and if you listen to these songs, you know that women rock too!

Let’s keep going:

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White Rabbit – Grace Slick (Jefferson Airplane)

Grace Slick showcasing her incredible powerhouse voice in this performance.

Piece of My Heart – Janis Joline (Big Brother and the Holding Company)

Janis certainly did her mark through Gift and sharing her voice in the world of rock music.

You Got Me Running – Tina Turner (Ike And Tina Turner)

Tina did it again with this crazy performance.

Different Drum – Linda Ronstadt (The Stone Poneys)

One of the important female rockers of the sixties, killing it with this song.

Oh! Neil – Carol King

Probably the first diss song ever made, a response to the song Oh! Carol.