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Billboard Magazine
'Busting Myths, Freeing Unicorns' to Expand Inclusivity for Women in Music (Guest Column)
by Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski

As Women's History Month draws to a close, Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski of The Woodshed Network addresses this ongoing imperative for women in jazz... and the industry overall.

Billboard Magazine

'Stories & Insights'

Meet Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski

Canvas Rebel

Voyage LA
'Rising Stars'

Meet Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski

Voyage LA

The Woolfer
What Ever Happened to Romance?
by Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski

Heaving bosoms, smart-talking boss ladies, long-suffering virgins, bodice-ripping damsels, brainiacs, curvy vixens, neurotic late-bloomers and self-assured divorcées…

The Woolfer

The Woolfer
Hands, Shoulders, Knees and Elbows
by Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski

Heaving bosoms, smart-talking boss ladies, long-suffering virgins, bodice-ripping damsels, brainiacs, curvy vixens, neurotic late-bloomers and self-assured divorcées…

The Woolfer

The Woodshed Network + Beyond

Women in Jazz Media
'I'm Headed to The Woodshed'
by Fiona Ross

An interview with Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski, co-founder and co-Artistic Director of The Woodshed Network about shifting culture and building community.

Women in Jazz Media

WBGO
The Woodshed Network, a mentoring program for women in jazz, extends deadline for submissions
by Lezlie Harrison, Lee Mergner

An interview with co-Founders and co-Artistic Directors Dee Dee Bridgewater and Tulani Bridgewater-Kowalski, featuring video conversation.

WBGO

WBGO
The Woodshed Network, Brainchild of Dee Dee Bridgewater, Mentors Women in Jazz
by Janice Kirkel

The next generation of women in jazz has a place to go for career guidance. It's called The Woodshed Network, the creation of jazz legend Dee Dee Bridgewater – now in its fourth year.

WBGO

East Village Magazine
Coneys and Vernors in Beverly Hills: Hollywood comes through for Flint
by Jan Worth-Nelson

About 200 people, half of them declaring they were from Flint, came together Sunday afternoon at Spaghettini’s in Beverly Hills, California, to raise money for Flint in the wake of its water disaster.

 

Co-Founder and Music Booker, Hollywood for Flint

East Village Magazine

Hollywood Figures to Hold Benefit for Flint, Michigan
by Ted Johnson

Publicist Howard Bragman, manager Tulani Bridgewater and director Alex Grossman are organizing the event, to be held from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Spaghettini in Beverly Hills.

Variety Magazine

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