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Born and raised in Nashville, TN it is no surprise that Brittany Spriggs has a love for country music. Her father Michael Spriggs, a professional studio musician and songwriter, passed his passion for music down to his daughter at an early age. Growing up Brittany's home was always filled with creativity, the love for performing arts and all things Tennessee. At the age of three, Brittany began taking dance classes and fell in love with being on stage. With every performance, Brittany's grace and southern charm shines.
While continuing to dance through her teen years, Brittany also sang in the church choir, took drum lessons, and began song writing. With the inspiration of country female powerhouses like Reba McEntire, Dolly Parton, Shania Twain, and Faith Hill, Brittany's interests narrowed into becoming a professional singer. Hoping to one day follow in the footsteps of her idols, Brittany began working with one of Nashville's premiere vocal coaches, Jessica Ford. With Jessica's unique approach to coaching, Brittany found her true voice.
With an increased focus and determination to succeed, Brittany released her first independent project in 2013. Teaming with her father, Michael Spriggs, Brittany combined her talents with Nashville pros Kurt Allison, Tully Kennedy, Rich Redmond, Russ Pahl, and Charlie Judge to create a sound that is uniquely hers. Brittany's latest release, Brand New, displays her range of vocal capabilities and paves the road for Nashville's new sound. Her confidence and integrity is found in each track of the album. With increasing momentum, Brittany is on her way to making her childhood dreams come true. She regularly plays shows throughout the Southeast expanding her fanbase and sharing her passion.
In September of 2013 Brittany released the single "Full Moon Friday" from her latest EP on a national radio campaign. Since it's release it has made an official debut on the Music Row Country Up and Coming Chart as well as New Music Weekly's Country Chart. Each week the single continues to climb the charts.