Deborah McCormick was one of the founding members of the Flint, Michigan-based weekly women's radio program "Face the Music."
Featuring music by lesbian and women musicians, the program ran throughout the 1980s and 1990s, ending in 1997. This collection
contains press materials, programs, and publicity information for individual women performers as well as large scale women's
music and performance festivals between 1979 and 1989.
Deborah McCormick, along with Janet Rauch, was one of the founding members of the radio program "Face the Music." Featuring
music by lesbian and women musicians, the program ran throughout the 1980s and 1990s on public station WFBE-FM in Flint, Michigan,
ending in 1997 when the station was ultimately sold in 1997. The program focused on lesbian and women's music, featuring both
mainstream and underground musicians.
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