Brantley Gilbert is one of the most interesting and mysterious men in country music. The 'One Hell of an Amen' singer doesn't talk about his past much, preferring to write songs and sing about the events that led him to country music stardom. During this episode of 'You Think You Know Country?' we do the talking for him.
The crowd starts clapping as soon as the five #LetTheGirlsPlay singers start their weekly show-closing cover song. Kalie Shorr leads the group through Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe," a pop hit from 2012. It’s amongst the best covers the Song Suffragettes troupe has ever done.
Allison Veltz wears heartbreak like an overcoat. Her pain is fresh and sharp, like blades of grass after a deep morning frost. Songs on The White Room EP were recorded in the middle of love’s fatal spiral.
It’s fitting to hear a group of rising female singer-songwriters cover an artist who gave them so much hope in 2015. Recently, five Song Suffragette performers covered Cam’s “Burning House” to close a Monday night Listening Room show. The result is as vulnerable as the original.
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