Song Suffragettes have announced the launch of their brand new residency in London, UK.
Announced during a sold-out London debut during Country Music Week 2022, the groundbreaking all-female writer’s round from Nashville will now plant its roots outside the United States with a monthly night at The Camden Club.
The first Wednesday of every month, beginning on November 2nd, they’ll be bringing the best female singer-songwriters from the UK and beyond to share songs and stories in a one-of-a-kind show.
To kick things off in November, UK artists Vic Allen, Hannah Rose Platt, Peri Rae and Beth Keeping will be performing alongside US artist Jordyn Mallory.
“We’ve been wanting to expand Song Suffragettes for a while, but wanted it to matter when we did. Over the 8+ years of Song Suffragettes in Nashville, there has always been great interest in our singer-songwriters from all over the UK,” said Todd Cassetty, founder of Song Suffragettes.
“That, plus the outpouring of fan support for our recent UK Tour, made launching Song Suffragettes London a no-brainer. And we will do our very best to put the best-of-the-best female singer-songwriters on stage at The Camden Club to continue our relentless pursuit to support and showcase women creatives.”
Founded in 2014, Song Suffragettes takes place every Monday night at The Listening Room Café in Nashville. In its eight years, the collective has showcased more than 380 talented women. With weekly sell-outs, the collective vocally combats widespread discrimination against women in the music industry by giving female talent a place to play, grow and evolve.