Friday May 4th - 9:00 PM - 12:00 AM
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Song Suffragettes

Song Suffragettes is a collective of female singer-songwriters who perform every Monday night at Nashville’s Listening Room Café. With a mantra of #LetTheGirlsPlay, SongSuffragettes has featured close to 200 women in the past 3+ years resulting in multiple publishing and record deals for some of Nashville’s brightest talent. For more information please visit

Kalie Shorr burst onto the Nashville music scene in 2016 with her self-penned hit “Fight Like A Girl”. The Portland, Maine singer-songwriter became a Sirius XM Highway Find and was praised by Spotify, CMT, Radio Disney Country, Taste of Country, and even Billboard magazine. In 2017, Kalie released her Slingshot EP to rave reviews and was named “New Artist You Need to Know” by Rolling Stone, “The New Nashville” by Teen Vogue, and one of “2017’s Hottest Artists Under 25” by Taste of Country. Her newly released single “Two Hands” has already been added to Sirius XM and TuneIn with prominent placement on Apple Music’s Breaking Country and Cool Country playlists, and Kalie is the only independent artist in Power Rotation on Radio Disney Country. Her new EP, Awake, was released January 26, 2018, and Kalie was recently inducted into CMT’s Next Women of Country Class of 2018. Shorr fulfilled a life-long dream in March of 2018, when she made her Grand Ole Opry debut.. She is currently the opening act on the CMT Next Women of Country Presents Sara Evans All The Love Tour. Playing over 100 shows a year, Kalie’s message of female- empowerment has led to her being called the “next ‘Women of Country’ generation” [CMChat] and a “modern country woman [who will] continue to inspire in 2018” [].

Tasji Bachman is a 19 year old singer/songwriter from Toulon, Illinois. She's dreamed of singing and writing country music ever since she was 8. After graduating high school, she moved to Nashville, TN, to pursue a music business degree at Belmont University. Tasji has been writing and recording over the years and recently charted #9 on the iTunes country album charts earlier this year with the release of her second EP, Forever In A Second.

Country Pop Artist/Songwriter, Savannah Keyes, has been writing songs in Nashville since the age of thirteen after appearing on the Ellen DeGenerous Show. Her writing style influences range from the storytelling of Dolly Parton to the pop sensibility of Ryan Tedder. She has recently become a radio host and correspondent for Radio Disney Country. Savannah’s interviews can be found streaming through the Radio Disney Country App and their new FM station. This year, she has teamed up with Taylor Guitars and American Girl Doll as a spokesmodel for the new Taylor Guitar built for their singer/songwriter doll, Tenney Grant. She is currently working on her first record in Nashville.

As Billy Dukes of Taste Of Country said, Lena Stone is “flat out easy to listen to,” a singer/songwriter whose melodies and personal storytelling make her “feel like a friend after just a few minutes.” After earning a name for herself penning breakthrough songs for other up-and-coming country females (Kalie Shorr’s “Fight Like A Girl,” “He’s Just Not That Into You,” and Kasey Tyndall’s “Everything Is Texas”) Stone made her own splash onto the country music scene with her debut single “Nervous” (February 2017), premiering the song with Radio Disney Country. Stone followed with the singles “Can’t Think Straight” and “Running Out Of Red Lights,” and is set to release her debut EP at the end of May 2018. The Carlisle, Massachusetts native grew up singing and writing songs, influenced by artists from James Taylor to Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland and Taylor Swift, before moving to Nashville to pursue a career in music and jumped into Music City’s songwriting community and spending several years as a staff writer at Song Factory Publishing. Stone is one of the co-anchors of the Song Suffragettes, the acclaimed Listening Room Café’s only regularly scheduled show, and performs at the group's weekly songwriters night spotlighting the newest and brightest women in country music.

Lauren Alaina

Georgia native Lauren Alaina captured America’s hearts when she appeared on Season 10 of American Idol. Lauren followed up her No. 1 debuting first album, Wildflower, with the release of the eagerly-awaited Road Less Traveled. Selected as one of Rolling Stone’s Top 40 Country and Americana Albums of 2017 and praised as “full of life lessons and uplift” (PEOPLE), the collection of 12 songs all written by the young star includes Lauren’s first No. 1 hit, title track “Road Less Traveled” and her current single, “Doin’ Fine.”

The “sassy Southerner with killer pipes” (PARADE) has shared the stage with superstars including Alan Jackson, Carrie Underwood, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan and Martina McBride. Lauren is currently on the Cole Swindell Reason to Drink Tour and joins the Jason Aldean High Noon Neon for the summer.

Lauren is one of CMT’s Next Women of Country and she earned her first CMT Music Award this summer for Breakthrough Video of the Year. Lauren recently performed on the 51st Annual CMA Awards where she was also nominated for her very first CMA Award for New Artist of the Year. Lauren has also been nominated for several Teen Choice Awards, Radio Disney Awards and this spring, she earned her first ACM nomination for New Female Vocalist of the Year nomination in 2017. In 2018, she won the category and is now the reigning ACM New Female Vocalist.

Lauren brings her signature “powerhouse, honey-toned vocals” (Rolling Stone) to country radio with her incredibly moving current single, “Doin’ Fine.” For more information, visit