Written by Bryna Kramer for Talk Nerdy With Us (5/25/18)
Up-and-coming singer-songwriter Lena Stone has been making waves through Nashville’s music scene for a couple of years, as a co-writer on Kalie Shorr’s popular hit “Fight Like A Girl” and as a founding member of the Song Suffragettes. With her debut EP having just been released, I’m certain the artist with an infectiously bubbly personality will continue to shine and make her mark. I got the chance to chat with Lena about moving to Nashville at 18 years old, the Song Suffragettes’ influence on her artistry, her new self-titled EP, her favorite podcast and so much more. Keep reading to see what she had to say.
How old were you when you first stepped into making and performing music?
Oh, my gosh. I’ve really been doing music my whole life. My parents raised us listening to music and singing a ton. I wrote my first song when I was eight and it’s super embarrassing.
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