Song Suffragettes: #LetTheGirlsPlay

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It’s the hashtag ruling Monday nights in Nashville.  That is when some of the youngest, hottest songwriters in Music City take over the stage at The Listening Room Café.  Oh, yeah.  Did we mention they are all women? Song Suffragettes is a rotating group of ladies who sing and write incredible country songs from the female perspective.

But don’t be fooled.  Kamryn Person says her biggest influence was Waylon and her song “Copenhagen Red Can” talks about trucks, driving fast and real men.  Yeah, girls can write about that stuff too!

The writers in the round style allowed Hannah Ellis, Daisy Mallory, Kalie Shorr, Cali Rodi and Kamryn to showcase incredible songs and voices. Each different, strong and uniquely female.

Special guest Valory Recording Artist RaeLynn started with her song “God Made Girls” and ended with her cover of Meghan Trainor’s “All About That Bass.” (Just further proof these girls can do it all.)  Check out the latest series of videos from Song Suffragettes and share them.

Girl power never sounded so good.

Image Source: Kelly Sutton

We love what the Song Suffragettes stand for and can’t wait to introduce you to the performers. This fall, we’ll take you backstage and into the lives of the girls who are taking their rightful place on stage, and we like to think, taking over Nashville.