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Brittany was honoured to be showcased on the Diamonds in the Rough stage this year in Halifax during CCMA Week (Sirroma Entertainment's). She performed Saturday September 12th in the 12:30 set accompanied by fellow musicians Kent Nixon and Kelly Prescott. Visit Brittany on YouTube.
EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: 6’1 BRITTANY BRODIE, COUNTRY MUSIC’S RISING STAR"As a lover of country music, I was thrilled to discover 6’1 Brittany Brodie, an up and coming singer-songwriter in the country music scene. As I listened to an iTunes preview of her latest single, Together Never Alone, I was so impressed by her beautiful voice and thoughtful lyrics that I hit pause on the song preview and immediately bought the full versions of all of her singles. I encourage you to give a listen and do the same!
On the fashion front, Brittany has landed the support of Long Tall Sally and can be seen sporting various LTS styles (as well as other fabulous looks) on her Instagram account.
I recently had the chance to interview Brittany, and we dished about everything from height confidence to tall fashion to the inspiration behind her current single. Also, Brittany is revealing the name of her next single first to Tall Fashion Adventures’ readers and also sharing her brand new photos with us. So exciting! Read on to learn more about this talented tallista."
"Don Green, president of the Country Music Association of Canada (CCMA) joins me to discuss the CCMA Nominations announced July 15, 2015. Country Music Week, which includes the CCMA Awards Show, takes place September 9 through 13th in Halifax.
Ontario Country artist Brittany Brodie joins me on the show to talk about her new song "Together Never Alone". We'll also chat about her influences, songwriting and her trips to Nashville."
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Local singer/songwriter on the rise in country music industryby Jaime Myslik
MOUNT FOREST - After a lifetime of work and preparation, Brittany Brodie’s county singing and songwriting career is on the rise.
The 29-year-old Mount Forest artist released her first single in five years on July 13 called Together Never Alone, a tribute to her parents. The single was sent to all the country music radio stations in Canada, she said.
“I come from a truck driving family and my mom has worked full-time always but my dad, growing up, he worked for Labatts and he was gone Monday to Friday, home Friday night, gone Sunday,” she said. “My dad literally (worked a) hundred hours a week or more and would do anything for anybody.
“And I know there’s a lot of people that can relate to this song, whether or not they’re a truck driver, somebody that’s away from home and keeping it together and calling each other and talking at night and hearing what happened during the day and they’re together never alone.”
Read the full story here.
Pete's Blog&Grille: Come Meet A Proud Driver's DaughterBy Peter Carter, Posted: Jul 13, 2015 4:25 PM | Last Updated: Jul 15, 2015 4:07 PM
In a really weird tangled way, somebody at Italy’s national airlines Alitalia did me and my friend Brittany Brodie a big favor, and here’s how.
A long time ago, I had the incredibly good fortune to fly from Toronto all the way to India (ask me why in person, not in public) and the trip was in four stages, all told--from T.O. to Rome; then Rome to New Delhi, then home via Rome again.
It was my first trans-Atlantic trip, (my first trans-anything trip actually). And one of the best things about it was the inflight movie. Remember, in those days, all passengers watched the same show, like it or not.
It just so happened that on all four very long legs of that voyage, Alitalia screened Coal Miner’s Daughter. It’s the real life story of Loretta Lynn, as delivered in an Oscar-winning performance by Cissy Spacek.
Yup. I saw it four times.
So not only do I know many of the lyrics to the songs and much of the script, odds are I am this area-code’s leading expert on “how to become a famous country singer,” at least according to how it’s done in the movies.