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Triple Fret Entertainment’s Emma & Jolie To Make Nashville Debut At Song Suffragettes



Triple Fret Entertainment are proud to announce that their newest signings, Emma & Jolie, are set to join acclaimed writers round – Song Suffragettes – in Nashville, this Monday 11th November. The duo will make their Nashville debut at the writers round, featuring three original songs and a cover, joining Kalie, Shorr, Jenna Paulette,Ava Suppelsa, Mia Morris and Reyn Roberts at the event during CMA week. Those in Nashville can purchase tickets for the event here and those unable to attend will be able to stream the event live on YouTube from 12.15am GMT on the 12th November.

With an incredible alumnae of guests that includes Lauren Alaina, Kelsea Ballerini, Kelleigh Bannen and Rae Lynn amongst others, Song Suffragettes is one of the most exciting ventures to have come out of Nashville in recent years to promote women in country music. Of the announcement, Emma & Jolie say, “We are so excited to be a part of Song Suffragettes. On our first trip to Nashville, we went along to the show and said at the time that it would be a dream to be a part of the show, so we are thrilled to quickly make this a reality, and perform alongside some of the most amazing female talent from Nashville.

The duo are currently hard at work in the studio with acclaimed producer Johnny Douglas (Tina Turner, Whitney Houston, Take That, The Spice Girls…) and are set to release their first single through Triple Fret Records in the coming months, having written with the likes of Laura Oakes, The Luck and Jess Thristan in the UK and after a successful first writing trip to Nashville, writing with the likes of Sammy Arriaga, Lena Stone, Cole Campbell amongst others.

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