“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Cam

“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Cam

I can’t believe we’ve come to the finale episode of Season 1.

I’m so excited about what we’ve accomplished since launching this podcast in June—and that includes YOU listening, watching and reading this. We will definitely keep things going in 2019, but we have the perfect way to wrap things up in 2018. Our guest this week is Cam, a woman who has been at the top of my guest list since starting the show. Cam has been a huge inspiration to me, and a wonderful friend and supporter of the show. You’ll hear more specifics when you listen to this episode. It is a great one! Cam did not hold back, which is one of the reasons I love her.

I hope you enjoy, and thank you for the best experience during Season 1 of Women Want to Hear Women.

Show Participants:

  • Cam
  • Elaina Smith, host of WWTHW


Videos:

  • Cam “Plays It Forward” by covering Lori McKenna’s “Halfway Home.”
  • Cam performs her 2017 single, “Diane.”


Cam’s Women Want to Hear Women Playlist


Need a refresher what #WomenWantToHearWomen is all about?

Past episodes: 

  1. Kacey Musgraves
  2. Dolly Parton
  3. Carly Pearce
  4. Shawna Thompson of Thompson Square
  5. Tegan Marie
  6. Clare Dunn
  7. Stephanie Quayle 
  8. Sarah Darling
  9. Rachel Reinert
  10. Carrie Underwood
  11. Abby Anderson
  12. Runaway June
  13. Kalie Shorr
  14. Rachel Wammack
  15. Jessie Chris
  16. Tenille Townes
  17. Delta Rae
  18. Logan Brill
  19. Maren Morris
  20. RaeLynn
  21. Heather Morgan
  22. Leah Turner
  23. Danielle Bradbery
  24. Season 1 Review

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