LiveXLive Media’s Slacker Radio Launches “Woman Crush Everyday” (#WCE) Country Station

Curated and Hosted by Women, #WCE Introduces and Elevates Female Country Artists New Slacker Radio App, Slacker Studio, Powers #WCE, Allowing Hosts and Contributors to Add Content Seamlessly from Any Location at Any Time

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WEST HOLLYWOOD, Calif.Aug. 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — Slacker, a wholly owned subsidiary of LiveXLive Media, Inc. (NASDAQ: LIVX), a global digital media company focused on live entertainment, today announced the launch of #WCE (“Woman Crush Everyday”) Country, a digital station devoted to introducing and elevating female country artists, and Slacker Studio, a mobile app which  allows hosts and contributors to remotely add music and commentary to Slacker stations. Both the station and the app were formally introduced at a launch party in Nashville, co-hosted by WME and Change the Conversation, an organization focused on gender equality in the music industry.


“We have amazingly talented women making music in Nashville, and they deserve to be heard,” said Jess Wright, Slacker’s Country Format Captain. “In 2017, more than 97% of the artists who appeared on the year-end Country Top 40 were male. This doesn’t reflect the quality of music created by women; it reflects a lack of support from the gatekeepers of country music who believe that women have limited commercial appeal. I’m excited that, through Slacker, we can bring the music of female country artists directly to our audience, curated by the people who are most passionate about it – the women in Nashville’s music industry.”

#WCE Country and the Slacker Studio app were unveiled at the August 7 launch party.  In keeping with one of #WCE’s goals – breaking emerging artists – Natalie Stovall, Post Monroe, and Lauren Duski performed. Held at WME’s Nashvilleoffice, attendees included musicians, songwriters’ managers, journalists, and other women involved in Nashville’s music industry, many of whom were given VIP access to the Slacker Studio app to share their perspective and personal stories on #WCE Country. “I’m thrilled that there’s another platform to support female artists,” said Leslie Fram, the co-founder of Change the Conversation and the senior vice president of strategy at CMT.  “Women have always been the cornerstone of country music, and their voices need to be heard.”

#WCE Country will be hosted and curated by female artists, with additional women in the music industry adding commentary and selecting songs. Grammy nominee Cam, whose “Burning House” was the top-selling single by a female country artist in 2015, is the station’s first host.

#WCE Country can be accessed at

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