Girls of Nashville made its return to City Winery Nashville last week (Aug. 15) with a sold-out crowd. This year’s show benefited Home Street Home Ministries, the largest in-the-field homeless outreach organization in the Greater Davidson County area.
Hosts Heather Morgan and Mags Duval were joined by their first ever guest host, singer-songwriter Nicolle Galyon. The evening’s lineup included Abbey Cone, Lauren Hungate, Madison Kozak, Meg McRee, Caroline Watkins, Lauren Watkins and Joy Williams, accompanied by the house band led by Annie Clements.
“The Girls of Nashville x Songs & Daughters show had so many moments that seemed to stop time,” Morgan shares. “From Lauren Watkins singing ‘Camel Blues,’ to Joy Willams filling City Winery with her soaring voice and Nicolle Galyon sharing songs from her debut album to an audience singing every word with her; the night was total magic.”
Girls of Nashville seeks to give a platform for the female voices in Nashville. Past performers at the event include Kacey Musgraves, Hillary Lindsay, Liz Rose, Maren Morris, Lainey Wilson, Danielle Bradbery and more.
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