Recently the five female performers on stage during a Song Suffragettes show in Nashville closed their set with one of the feistiest girl-anthems of the last 10 years. The group covered Little Big Town's "Little White Church," a hit from 2010, putting a fiery ribbon on another great show.

Karli Chayne, Alee Squires, Kalie Shorr, Lena Stone and Sandra Lynn sing the song, with Chayne opening before the others bring strong harmonies to "No more calling me baby / No more loving like crazy."

Harmonies and working together are the key to this song, and the women of Song Suffragettes are all about working together. The group was put together as a way to give a voice to up-and-coming women in country music. The #LetTheGirlsPlay movement shines a light on the dozens of hard-working, talented females looking for their first break in the face of obstacles only they face.

Lynn sings the second verse before the entire group again joins for the chorus. Stone and Shorr close the show as soloists, but once again it's a true group effort. Song Suffragettes perform every Monday night at the Listening Room in Nashville. Taste of Country is a proud supporter of women in country music.

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