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Sounds Like: Joe Pug, Sandi Thom, Natalie Merchant, Florence and the Machine, Janis Joplin
Bio: Brittany Jean has been writing, performing, and recording music since 2002. From 2010-2013, Brittany Jean transformed into a band (including drums and bass) upon winning the opening act spot for Hanson and Rooney in July 2010. Brittany has also opened for other notable artists such as up-and-comi...See Full Bio
: Exactly a year ago, I was in the recording studio tracking my first solo EP: Songs For Someone Else. It was such... http://t.co/OtQlcEglRQ
“After a week off, it is high time to head back to the clubs, and the best way to get back into the scene is to start at a show with a lot of familiar faces. First up is one of my favorites, Brittany Jean, who this time is Brittany Jean the solo artist, not Brittany Jean the band. It is just one voice and one resonator guitar. Oh, but there is a kick drum used on a few songs for as she explained, some songs just had to have a beat going. Her guitar work has enough quality and her voice is strong, that she should worry not about the lack of a support group on stage with her (as fun and comforting as that no doubt is). The songs still come through loud and clear or deep and thoughtful depending on the mood. The room was filling up with 25-30 people and it did have a little too much noise, as usual, for an acoustic act, yet Brittany Jean has enough power in her presentation to cut nicely over the top of it all. This was a crisp 32 minutes and proved that she works just fine as a solo act.”