From Beaconsfield (QC), Brittany Kennell packed her bags over 10 years ago to complete her studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston and then spent 8 years in the writing streets of Nashville. She became the first and only Canadian to be on NBC The Voice when country superstar Blake Shelton pushed his button to her rendition of Sheryl Crow’s Strong Enough. She made it to the knockout round singing Shania Twain’s You’re Still the One with Miley Cyrus as her mentor. Brittany has been featured in Rolling Stone, Pat Monahan’s “Train Tracks” on Sirius XM and American Songwriter. She has sung for the Montreal Canadiens, Grand Prix F1 and MLS Montreal Impacts and has written and played with some of Nashville’s finest; Maren Morris, Natalie Hemby, Hailey Whitters, Tenille Townes, Carly Pearce, Jillian Jacqueline, The Reklaws, Aubrie Sellers, Charlie Worsham. In a modern country sound inspired by Kacey Musgraves and Miranda Lambert mixed with some roots and rock influences such as Bonnie Raitt, Joni Mitchell and Sheryl Crow, Brittany is working on an EP to be released in the next few months.