Brandy Clark

A native of Washington state, Brandy Clark watched Mount St. Helens erupt when she was a little girl and says that many of her songwriting influences come from the working-town community of Morton, where she grew up. Clark wrote dozens of songs for other artists -- including Miranda Lambert's "Mama's Broken Heart," the Band Perry's "Better Dig Two," "Follow Your Arrow" by Kacey Musgraves and Toby Keith's "Drunk Americans," among others -- before finding success as an artist herself. In 2013, Clark released her own debut album, '12 Stories'; she wrote all 12 of the songs on the record, while her good friend and frequent collaborator Shane McAnally co-wrote seven of the 12 tracks with her. Her sophomore disc, 'Big Day in a Small Town', was released in 2016.

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