Brandy Clark

"Any great song, what it does to me, is it makes people feel a little less alone in whatever their emotion is." 

  • Born Brandy Lynn Clark Oct. 9, 1975, in Morton, Washington.
  • After garnering a Best Country Song nomination the previous year for co-writing Miranda Lambert's "Mama's Broken Heart," Clark was nominated for Best New Artist and Best Country Album for her 2013 debut, 12 Stories, at the 57th GRAMMY Awards.
  • Clark made her GRAMMY stage debut with Dwight Yoakam for a duet of "Hold My Hand" at the 57th GRAMMY Awards telecast in 2015. The following year it was nominated for Best Country Song.
  • Clark appeared on Facebook Live from the GRAMMY Museum in 2017 answering questions about her dual nominations for the 59th GRAMMY Awards — Best Country Album (Big Day In A Small Town) and Best Country Solo Performance ("Love Can Go To Hell").
  • Clark lent her name to #MusiCaresChallenge in 2016, MusiCares' annual grassroots social media campaign to raise funds for its critical assistance and health care programs for those in need.

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