Bio

Brianna Grace has a plan. Growing up in New England, she strays away from the expected with a love for country music brought upon by memories of riding in her Dad’s truck blasting George Strait and Alan Jackson. At the age of 5, she would sneak into storage just to pull out her Father’s old acoustic guitar, and by the age of nine performed in front of hundreds. With a work ethic, drive, and passion well beyond her years, she has accomplished performances for major organizations, as well as shows throughout multiple states opening for artists such as Scotty McCreery, Lady Antebellum, Sam Hunt, and Hunter Hayes.

With appearances on Country 102.5, WOKQ, Cat Country 98.1, WATD, WCIB and more- she is no stranger to radio.  Televised interviews with Brianna have also been aired on multiple channels including WKRN-TV Nashville. Her love for bringing joy to someone’s day and helping others has lead her to slots next to RaeLynn, Chase Bryant, Lanco, and the Swon Brothers during fundraising walks for the Tufts Floating Hospital for Children. She also played a roll in bringing the Musicians on Call program to Boston Hospitals, within which she performs. Other charities have been lent her voice as well, including Relay for Life, Camp Southern Ground, Mass Military Heroes Fund, and many more.

It is truly hard to compare Brianna’s unique sound to any existing artist. With classic country, storytelling routes and a flare of edgy hooks mixed with contemporary beats, her original tunes manage to spread in popularity across multiple ages and fan groups. Her stage presence and powerhouse vocals earned her the title of Female Vocalist of the Year at the 2014 Limelight Music Awards, as well as multiple nominations throughout other award shows.

The best place for a big personality is a big stage, and the world has only seen the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the name Brianna Grace.

“Brianna embodies the grace and star power of Reba and Martina but brings her own aggressive modern style to rival artists like Taylor Swift and The Band Perry.”

Noel Golden, multi-platinum producer (Edwin McCain, Civil Twilight, Matchbox 20).