Brittney Spencer

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Baltimore-born singer/songwriter Brittney Spencer grew up singing in church choir, a gospel foundation that has leant itself to the country music she's since crafted.

Although she studied classical voice as a young girl, in the hopes of attending George Washington Carver Center for Arts and Technology, it was ultimately country that most entranced her. At age 15, a friend introduced her to the genre.

Spencer moved to Nashville in 2013, where she began singing backing vocals for Carrie Underwood and Christopher Cross, among other artists. All the while, though, she kept writing her own songs and in 2020 she released her debut EP Compassion.

Her music garnered praise and led to her Grand Ole Opry debut in May 2021. Spencer has also been named to CMT’s Next Women of Country class of 2021.

Brittney Spencer

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Album - Jason Isbell - Georgia Blue

Jason Isbell - Georgia Blue

Joined by a handful of like-minded musicians, 'Georgia Blue' sees Isbell cover a selection of songs by Georgia-hailing artists. It's a delightfully loose, expertly played and above all sincere 13-track set that checks every box for a project of this kind.

Holler Weekly Podcast with Baylen Leonard and Kelly Sutton Episode 13

Holler Weekly Ep.13

Brittney Spencer joins Baylen and Kelly to talk about her brand new single 'Sober & Skinny', how everything she works on is rooted in country music, singing her tail off at church and loving Avril Lavigne.

Brittney Spencer

INTERVIEWCuts The Deepest: Brittney Spencer

Brittney Spencer reflected on just a small selection of the albums that have inspired her – the five discussed highlighted as particularly powerful influences on who she is as an artist.

Country artist Brittney Spencer

INTERVIEWIn Conversation: Brittney Spencer

Baltimore native Brittney Spencer discusses the formation of her new EP, her journey to Nashville, and the uphill battle that female artists face at country radio.