Brandy Clark will share half a dozen songs during a brand-new episode of Austin City Limits on Saturday night (Oct. 30), but The Boot and Taste of Country readers can get a sneak peek at her set now. Below, watch the singer-songwriter's ACL rendition of her song "Hold My Hand."

Originally from Clark's Grammy-nominated 2013 album 12 Stories, "Hold My Hand" — also a Grammy-nominated song — is especially tender during this performance. Twinkling piano, quiet cello and other light instrumentation take a backseat to Clark and her acoustic guitar as she sings about an encounter with a lover's ex and the insecurity and uncertainty that come with such a moment.

"Don't let this moment linger / Now would be the time / To reach out your fingers, get 'em tangled up in mine," Clark sings in the chorus. "Let her know for sure that I'm more than just a soft place to land / This'd be a real good time to hold my hand."

"Hold My Hand" is one of six songs Clark will perform on Saturday's Austin City Limits episode. She splits the hour-long timeslot with Charley Crockett, who recently released a new album, Music City USA, and will perform eight songs.

Austin City Limits has always been a home to the country music outlaws, rule-breakers and gender- and genre-benders," says the show's executive producer, Terry Lickona. “Brandy and Charley live up to that tradition. They’re both storytellers with an edge.”

After its on-air premiere, Clark and Crockett's ACL episode will be available to stream via Fans can find full episode details and air times at

Clark and Crockett's Austin City Limits episode is part of the long-running music performance television series' 47th season. The first part of the season — which has, thus far, featured Miranda Lambert with Jack Ingram and Jon Randall, Billy Strings, Jade Bird and more — will wrap just before Thanksgiving with an episode featuring Brittany Howard, and five additional new episodes are set to air January.

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