with Michael on his hit song "I Just Can't Stop Loving You." Joan Jett Cyndi Lauper Janet Jackson Sheryl Crow Pat Benatar 25 The _____________ were the first all-female band to reach #1 on the album charts, fronted by vocalist Belinda Carlisle. Blackhearts Bangles B-52's Go-Go's Indigo Girls 26 One of the first women to benefit from MTV exposure, _____________, dressed in thrift-shop clothes, sang in a squeaky, high-pitched voice, sported an extreme New York accent, and had rainbow-colored hair! Pat Benatar Madonna Stevie Nicks Joan Jett Cyndi Lauper
27 Vocalist/songwriter _____________ helped solidify the 1977 success of Fleetwood Mac's Rumours album. Stevie Nicks Tracy Chapman Suzanne Vega Sheryl Crow Bonnie Raitt 28 In 1999, ____________ released her a live album, featuring friends such as the Dixie Chicks, Chrissie Hynde, Eric Clapton, and Keith Richards. Her 2002 album C'mon, C'mon included Stevie Nicks and actress Gwyneth Paltrow. Bonnie Raitt Tracy Chapman Sheryl Crow Melissa Ethridge k.d. lang 29 Eurythmics vocalist _____________ played with the concept of androgyny like no other female performer had really explored before with her cropped, slicked-back hair and men's suits. Annie Lennox Cyndi Lauper Madonna Pat Benatar Laurie Anderson 30 The 1987 single "Luka" by _____________ dealt with the issue of child abuse, the first song with this subject matter to make it into the Top 40. Suzanne Vega Bonnie Raitt Tracy Chapman Sheryl Crow Indigo Girls
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