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Song Suffragettes London Announces March Line-Up

February 21, 2023 2:00 pm GMT
Last Edited June 8, 2023 4:12 pm GMT

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Song Suffragettes London has revealed the line-up for its upcoming writer's round on March 1.

UK powerhouse, Twinnie, has been confirmed for the eagerly awaited event, alongside a strong roster of up-and-coming artists, May Payne, Laura Beckwith, Amber T and Rachel Croft.

<p>Song Suffragettes March 1st Line-Up Poster</p>

The news comes hot on the heels of Holler and Song Suffragettes’ media partnership announcement.

The show on March 1 will serve as the launch of the new collaboration, and also aptly coincides with the start of Women's History Month.

Since 2014, Song Suffragettes has provided a stage for almost 400 women in Nashville, and continues to be a unique and hugely popular platform for showcasing the best new female talent within a genre that has traditionally been dominated by men.

Song Suffragettes’ London residency, which kicked off in November, has so far received a resoundingly positive response from the UK's burgeoning country music fanbase - so much so that Song Suffragettes will be featured at C2C Festival for the first time next month.

Alyssa Bonagura, Haley Mae Campbell and Paris Adams will all perform as part of this.

Shortly before that, Song Suffragettes’ March 1 show at The Camden Club is expected to pull in another packed crowd.

Attendees will be looking forward to hearing Twinnie perform a range of tracks from her impressive discography, including ‘Something or Somebody’ and ‘I Love You Now Change’.

Rachel Croft is another quickly emerging artist within the UK's Americana scene, while Laura Beckwith is also gaining a quickly growing army of listeners as she continues to drop a series of singles, including her most recent release, ‘All It Is’.

May Payne and Amber T lean towards an innovative, pop-inspired sound, and will complete another excitingly eclectic Song Suffragettes London line-up.

The February instalment featured chart-topping Canadian songsmith, Tenille Arts, alongside Mia Morris, Kristina Karsegård, Paris Adams and Katie Kittermaster.

Tickets to Song Suffragettes’ March 1 show at The Camden Club are available now, and can be purchased below:

Written by Maxim Mower
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