Some of the top women in pop, rock and country music have teamed with the website Reverb.com to auction off memorabilia and experiences for a good cause.
The money raised from the Girls Rock Reverb Gives auction, which runs from May 21 through May 28, will go to ten charities dedicated to empowering female, transgender, and gender non-conforming youth through music.
Among the items up for grabs: a microphone autographed by Stevie Nicks, an autoharp signed by Heart's Nancy Wilson, a show poster signed by Bonnie Raitt and her tour mate James Taylor, two tickets to any show on Pink's current world tour, a ukulele owned and signed by Colbie Caillat, another ukulele signed by Ingrid Michaelson, a VIP Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Vault Tour, a meet-and-greet with the B-52's and sandals signed by Fergie.
Kelly Clarkson has contributed an autographed copy of her Meaning of Life CD and an autographed photo.
There are also autographed vinyl albums up for grabs from Annie Lennox, Michelle Branch, Elle King, Joan Jett, and dozens of other singers.
You can sign up at Reverb.com to be notified when the auction goes live.
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