Despite the Song Suffragettes London residency at The Camden Club coming to an end, the trailblazing all-female writers round will be returning on Saturday, October 21 at Bush Hall.
The newly unveiled show will feature eagerly anticipated performances from an array of exciting country artists, Brooke Eden, Catherine McGrath, Harper Grace and Simeon Hammond Dallas.
The event aims to provide a platform for female songwriters in a genre that has historically been dominated by male voices, especially on the radio. Song Suffragettes London draws inspiration from the original Nashville Song Suffragettes collective, which has showcased around 400 artists since being founded in 2014.
Throughout its monthly rounds at The Camden Club, which were proudly presented by Holler, Song Suffragettes London has spotlighted a range of fast-emerging singer-songwriters from across country music and beyond, including Kezia Gill, Tenille Arts, Natalie Shay and more.
Attendees at the October 21 show at Bush Hall, which is being put on by C2C and will form part of the UK's Country Music Week, will be keenly looking forward to hearing Brooke Eden perform highlights from her recently released Outlaw Love EP.
In addition, ticket-holders will be hoping to hear a sneak preview of new music from Catherine McGrath, along with fan-favourites from her acclaimed 2018 project, Talk Of This Town.
Previous Song Suffragettes London concert-goers will be familiar with Simeon Hammond Dallas’ stellar vocals and intricate storytelling, while fans will also be excited to hear Harper Grace deliver a live rendition of her much-loved new single, ‘Down in My Hometown’.
Find ticket details on the Song Suffragettes London October show at Bush Hall here.