Song Suffragettes | Let The Girls Play
Nashville's Upcoming Female Songwriters
It’s Monday night, and you know what that means! Time to come home, relax and watch a good re-run of Modern Family. Oh, but not if you live in Nashville! Have I got a new Monday evening tradition for you.
Before coming home and watching those re-runs stop by The Listening Room at 6pm any Monday and see The Song Suffragettes.
The Song Suffragettes are a songwriting collective of only women. Women that are frustrated by the lack of opportunities for young women in country music. These women absolutely slay and they know how to mess with your emotions. I saw the Song Suffragettes on May 28th and the artists that night were Maddy Newton, Regan Stewart, Lena Stone, Mignon, and Dixie Jade.
Here are some short samples of their work:
These artists were personal, down to earth, and they cared about the audience and telling their stories to us. Needless to say, these ladies are going places and I am glad I got to meet them before they're selling out stadiums.
These ladies killed it and did not stop messing with my emotions through their powerful songwriting. Check out the @songsuffragette. They are songwriters collective full of bad ass women that want to make a difference in the music industry through powerful art. There will definitely be an article about them soon at patonpop.com #LetTheGirlsPlay #SongSuffragettes CHECK OUT THESE ARTISTS ON INSTA: @lenastonemusic @maddynewton @reganstewart @dixiejadeband @mignon_music #music #country #songwriter #musician