Written by Nicole Palsa for Country Music Tattle Tale - 3/15/18
Lena Stone has been building her career as a songwriter, penning breakthrough songs for other up-and-coming country females (Kalie Shorr’s “Fight Like A Girl,” “He’s Just Not That Into You,” and Kasey Tyndall’s “Everything Is Texas”). But now, it’s her turn to take the spotlight. She grew up in Carlisle, Massachusetts and at age 18, she packed up and moved to Nashville to pursue a career in music. Lena immediately jumped into the songwriting community, spending several years as a staff writer at Song Factory Publishing.
Lena helped develop Song Suffragettes, a weekly songwriters night at Nashville’s Listening Room Cafe, spotlighting the newest and brightest women in country music. As a co-anchor of the show for more than 2 years, she’s had an opportunity that hundreds of Nashville songwriters crave: a chance to build a dedicated fan base while honing her songwriting and performing skills.
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