Five Song Suffragettes singers take their audience to church during this #LetTheGirlsPlay cover song. Recently they closed one of their Monday night shows with “H.O.L.Y.” by Florida Georgia Line.

Kalie Shorr begins the recent No. 1 hit from Dig Your Roots, before Mae Estes and then Anna Vaus join her to finish the first verse. Vaus was the recent recipient of the first-ever Miranda Lambert Women Creators Scholarship. She’s a songwriting major at Belmont University and frequent #LetTheGirlsPlay participant.

Lena Stone and Katelyn Clampett join the rest of the girls for the chorus. This acoustic version is a bit slower than FGL’s original, but just as impactful. As is usually the case, the crowd gave a healthy ovation when they finished. The growing crowds and enthusiasm at these Monday night Listening Room showcases have given every artist that’s taken the stage a boost.

Once a month one performer is featured as Taste of Country’s #LetTheGirlsPlay artist of the month. Shorr and Stone have been spotlighted in the past 18 months. This month’s artist is a bluegrass-inspired trio named Maybe April. Learn more about their story below.

Watch the Song Suffragettes Cover "The House That Built Me"