Brittney Spencer

Brittney Spencer

Brittney Spencer

Singer-Songwriter

Brittney Spencer was born on September 8, 1988, in Baltimore, Maryland, where she grew up singing in church and listening to various genres of music. She developed a passion for country music after discovering artists like The Chicks, Taylor Swift, and Shania Twain. She moved to Nashville in 2013 to pursue her dream of becoming a country artist, while also working as a vocal coach and a background singer for other musicians.

compassion

Spencer gained attention in 2020 when she posted a cover of The Highwomen’s “Crowded Table” on Twitter, which went viral and earned praise from Maren Morris and Amanda Shires. She released her debut EP, Compassion, later that year, showcasing her powerful vocals and honest songwriting. She also released several singles, including “Sober & Skinny” and “Sorrys Don’t Work No More”.

Spencer has since performed on the Country Music Association Awards and embarked on a world tour. She has been praised for her diverse influences, her free spirit, and her advocacy for social justice. She is one of the few black women in country music, and she hopes to inspire others to follow their dreams. She has been compared to artists like Brandi Carlile, Lori McKenna, and Rhiannon Giddens.

Upcoming Events
August 2024
/ Country Music Festival
The Long Road 2024
Stanford Hall
The Long Road Festival, a beloved annual event celebrating the rich tapestry of Country, Americana, and Roots music, is set to return in 2024. Nestled within the picturesque grounds of Stanford Hall in Leicestershire, UK,…
Fri, 23 Aug - 25 Aug