Country Recording Artist Brinn Black is a Nashville-based rising star who is pursuing the bold dare to dream of Country music superstardom; Brinn Black was born in Virginia.
Brinn Black’s unique entrepreneurship approach to achieving her goals has led the multi-talented singer-songwriter on a road to self discovery as well as sharing her inspiring story with the world.
Most recently, Brinn Black released her most vulnerable offering to date in that of the very personal “Daddy’s Medicine”.
“As much as I like to say I wrote this song (“Daddy’s Medicine”), it’s more like the song wrote me,” Brinn Black expressed to One Country in a recent interview, whilst adding “It is one of those that came out in 30 minutes, like I was just being used as the vessel for it… “Daddy’s Medicine” is the most personal song I’ve ever written. My dad’s addiction has played a part in some of the most painful parts of my life, and this song has helped me heal more than I ever imagined.”
In turn, the gifted Black has supported a pantheon of Country music’s most marquee household names including: Darius Rucker, Justin Moore, Little Big Town, Montgomery Gentry, Gretchen Wilson and many more trailblazers in the Country music genre; Brinn Black officially cites her all-time musical influences as Jennifer Nettles, Patsy Cline and Kelly Clarkson.
Black’s appeal and wholehearted spirit highly resonates with audiences of all ages and backgrounds courtesy of the authenticity and stunning execution of her art and musical ability; Brinn Black is currently one of Country music’s most promising new female acts.
As a philanthropist, Black has been a huge charitable advocate in the community by partnering with well-respected programs and registered charities such as: Christmas 4 Kids, Hands On Nashville, Columbia Shop-With-A-Cop, Big Brothers Big Sisters and many more positive causes.
In addition, the Country music hitmaker recently served as an ambassador for LEAD Southeast, a public school in Nashville, Tennessee which is fully committed to prepping young artistic students for a four year college or university program.
The “Daddy’s Medicine” singer-songwriter returned to her home state in 2015 to inspirationally develop a full scale songwriters festival at Smith Mountain Lake, which is one of Virginia’s most popular lakes which brought 50 Nashville-based songwriters to play live music across the 500 miles of the Virginia shoreline, thus creating a broad positive impact within the community.
The Virginia-based festival – which was founded by Black – officially raised over $50,000 in proceeds from the three-day festival, which benefitted St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tennessee.
Overall, Brinn Black’s new sound and vision is shaped via personal experiences of hope, healing and heartache and the rising Country music sensation has the heart of a hero both on and off stage.