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Song Suffragettes London Reveals May Line-Up

April 18, 2023 10:19 am GMT

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Song Suffragettes London has unveiled another impressive line-up for its May 3 show at The Camden Club.

UK country music powerhouse, Kezia Gill, will perform a series of much-loved tracks from her expansive discography, as well as helming the hosting duties for the evening.

Joining Kezia will be a range of fast-emerging singer-songwriters, with Song Suffragettes London having once again ensured that attendees will be treated to a refreshingly eclectic mix of styles, genres and influences throughout the evening.

Taking the stage with Kezia Gill on May 3 will be Zola Courtney, Marlene Oak, Jeorgia Rose and Desirée Dawson. Zola Courtney, a Brit School graduate, will be bringing her wealth of festival experience to The Camden Club stage, with the Cornwall native having performed at Glastonbury, Boardmasters and Radio 1's Big Weekend, as well as supporting pop-folk chart-topper, Dermot Kennedy, on tour.

<p>Song Suffragettes London May 2023 Line-Up Poster</p>

Marlene Oak, another artist set to appear at Song Suffragettes London on May 3, hails from an island near Stockholm, Sweden, and fans will be hoping she performs her first release, ‘How Long’, which appeared on HBO's popular TV series, Supergirl.

Completing the May line-up is Jeorgia Rose and Desirée Dawson, with Jeorgia due to bring her evocative country-pop sound to The Camden Club next month. Desirée Dawson, a JUNO Award nominee and two-time SXSW Music Video Award winner, will provide another hotly anticipated performance, with Dawson having built a rapidly burgeoning fanbase since triumphing in Canada's CBC Searchlight competition in 2016.

The Song Suffragettes London May showcase will again be proudly presented by Holler. The all-female writers round is in the middle of its London residency, which kicked off in November 2022, and has so far proven a hit with UK music fans. It draws inspiration from the pioneering Nashville Song Suffragettes events, which have given platforms to roughly 400 female songwriters since it first started back in 2014.

Tickets to Song Suffragettes’ May 3 show at The Camden Club are available now, and can be purchased below:

Written by Maxim Mower
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