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LACY COVERS KEITH URBANS FEMALE WITH SONG SUFFRAGETTES 

 

Hey guys!  

As many of you know, I perform regularly with a group called Song Suffragettes. They host an all female songwriter round at the Listening Room every Monday night at 6pm in downtown Nashville. Make sure to check the show out if you haven't before.  

Well a couple weeks back a couple of the girls got the notion for us to do a cover of Keith Urban's amazing new song "Female". We all loved it and felt like it would be really fun and powerful to hear the song coming from a group of young women. So we hustled to put our own version together and were so excited when we found out Rolling Stone Country wanted to premier it. Since then it's been featured on Rolling Stone, Taste of Country, the Today Show and even Keith Urban himself tweeted about it!  

I'm thankful to have been a part of such a fun project with my friends who inspire me every day to be a better artist. Check it out below and let me know what you think! Our version is also now available anywhere music is streamed or sold and all proceeds go to benefit LiveYourDream.Org 

 

 

 

Lacy Performs at CMA Fest  

Make sure to catch Lacy performing at CMA Fest this year on the CMA Fest Close Up Stage with the Song Suffragettes. They've been listed on Rolling Stone Country as one of the "Don't Miss Acts" of this year's festival. Lacy will join Emily Brooke, Kalie Shorr, and Jesse James Decker for the first of two Song Suffragette Shows at the convention center on Friday. Check the CMA official website for more information on shows and venues. 

 

LACY VISITS CONGRESS 

The Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) was on Capitol Hill for three days of meetings this week on Copyright reform and 100 percent music licensing just before Congress adjourns. Lacy was asked to join fellow Nashville songwriters Marcus Hummon and Jimmy Robbins for a series of performances. 


LACY NAMED TASTE OF COUNTRY'S ARTIST OF THE MONTH 


 

The Pilot Mountain, N.C.-raised singer and songwriter isn’t down on the industry. That whole Tomatogate scandal? She used it as motivation to be sharper, more melodic and more impactful. Green is a signed songwriter seemingly on the verge of a breakout hit. The #LetTheGirlsPlay movement is amplifying her voice. 

“Sometimes it really blows my mind to think about how many great, great songs are just buried under the depths of like the Nashville machine, that just kind of moved on without them for whatever reason,” she says. It’s not a critique of the way business is done in this town as much as it is a statement of how many songs are produced every single day in writing rooms up and down Music Row. 

Green grew up in a musical family. Her father is her musical hero, while her sister is also a talented singer and musician who opted for a more traditional career path after college. Green graduated from University of North Carolina with degrees in religion and music (she jokes that she’s virtually unemployable outside of music) and played music through college. She was a performer long before she became a songwriter and insists doing both is the ultimate dream. She may hide behind a notebook or guitar when feeling vulnerable, but she wants to be on stage just as badly. 

There’s a humble confidence about this young artist that’s both disarming and inviting. She’s honest about where she’s flawed. She knows becoming an even better guitarist will open up more melodies and ideas, and she’s working at it. Green realizes a songwriter’s obstacles, but doesn’t cower in their shadows. 

“The challenge for me in songwriting is finding that sweet spot between oversimplifying something, and overcomplicating something,” she says. 

Read the full article here.

LACY TEAMS UP WITH YOUTUBE NASHVILLE & SONG SUFFRAGETTES 

Lacy was recently invited to Black River Entertainment to take part in a Youtube Nashville event with the female songwriting co-op, Song Suffragettes. Fifteen girls were invited to the event, divided into groups of three and tasked with writing a song and then performing it for a live audience all in just three hours. Check out the video below of "Nothing New" written by Lacy, Kalie Shorr, and Emily Landis. Then scroll down to view behind the scenes footage for an inside look as to how the song came to life!


 

 

LACY TO PERFORM AT CMA FEST 

Catch Lacy performing at the Budlight acoustic stage at the Ascend Amphitheater on Saturday, June 11. You can find more info on performance times and directions here. To stay up to date for more festival surprises and highlights follow Lacy on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or download the CMA Fest App to your phone! Information on other upcoming performances can be found under the shows tab.  



 

ADD LACY TO YOUR TIN PAN SOUTH SCHEDULE 

Lacy will be returning for this year's Tin Pan South Songwriter's Festival located in downtown Nashville. 

She'll be performing in the round with friends and fellow DHM songwriters Quinn Loggins, Jason Duke, and Byron Hill at 6pm at The Commodore Grille on April 9th. You can find more information about other performers and venues at the Tin Pan South Website.

NICE THINGS EP RELEASE SHOW 




Hey guys!


I am so excited to be celebrating the release of my new EP "Nice Things" and performing all the new music on December 9th, at The Station Inn in downtown Nashville, TN. It'll be a full band show and we'll be kicking off sharp at 6pm, and I want to personally invite you to join us!

The Station Inn is one of the most historic venues in Nashville and one of my personal favorites. I think it's the perfect place to introduce you guys to the new music that we've been working so hard on for the last few years. Make plans to join us by RSVP'ing HERE. See you there! 

XO - LG

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