Brandy Clark is a highly acclaimed country singer and songwriter who has produced countless hits, and has stayed true to her classic country roots while telling modern stories.

Clark grew up in Morton, Washington, where she began playing guitar and songwriting at age nine. Clark was a star basketball player in high school, winning a full scholarship to Central Washington University, but ultimately dropping out to return to music. She moved to Nashville in 1998 where she pursued songwriting while attending the music business program at Belmont University. After graduation, Clark worked at Leadership Music and wrote songs with her partner, Shane McAnally.  In 2009, she wrote two tracks for Reba McEntire’s record, All the Women I Am, and in 2011 penned LeAnn Rimes’ “Crazy Women,” and Miranda Lambert’s “Mama’s Broken Heart,” which became a number two hit in 2013.

Clark opened for Sheryl Crow in 2012, and independently released a three-track EP that same year. The EP was a hit in critical circles, building an appetite for the release of the full-length 12 Stories in 2013. 12 Stories was never a huge commercial success, but it landed Clark a contract with Warner. While working on her label debut, she wrote songs for Miranda Lambert, Toby Keith, Reba McEntire, and Kacey Musgraves, and in 2016 she released Big Day in a Small Town.

Clark performs across the U.S. and is regularly booked for private parties and corporate entertainment events.