Women Are Taking Back Country Music With Song Suffragettes
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Planning a trip to Nashville? Well, make sure you catch Song Suffragettes. Much like the Bluebird Cafe, it’s a series of shows that showcase songwriters. This original series focuses on the women of country.
Kalie Shorr is found there quite often, and you can also find videos of Kelsea Ballerini, Carly Pearce and countless other singer-songwriters performing in over the past few years.
While on stage together, these women are carefully paying attention to the other performers. These shows are made for quiet and attentive audiences. It’s a great night for any real music fans. As the series grows, the fan base is, too.
Several female country artists aren’t getting the attention they deserve right now. They’re struggling to get the same deals, sell the same amount of albums as the male artists. The Song Suffragettes are doing everything they can to change that and let the men know their ‘Time’s Up’!
Any female musician is welcome to audition for the Song Suffragettes. They only ask that everyone who plays is able and willing to play two original compositions. There is a show every Monday at The Listening Room Cafe in Nashville, not far from Music Row.