If you like Reba McEntire, you'll love Brandy Clark.
What they have in common:
Reba McEntire is one of the best-selling artists of all time, and with mega-hits like “Fancy” and “The Night The Lights Went Out In Georgia,” it’s easy to see why. The multitalented singer took creative control of her music early in her career, steering towards a traditional country sound and rejecting a pop influence. That reverence for traditional country is why we think you’ll like dark horse Brandy Clark.
This rising star is a first-class songwriter who's co-written gritty top singles like "Mama's Broken Heart," recorded by Miranda Lambert, and "Better Dig Two," made popular by The Band Perry. Clark's lyrical talents are further exemplified in her own work. In her song, "Stripes," Clark introduces the listener to a fierce and feisty character who reminds us a whole lot of the protagonist in Reba’s “Fancy.”
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