After a year long hiatus, country songstress Brinn Black is excited to debut her stunning music video for her new single “Daddy’s Medicine,” which made it’s debut yesterday exclusively on OneCountry.com. The Ford Fairchild directed clip exudes the emotion Brinn felt when writing the vulnerable record about her experience growing up with an alcoholic father.
“As much as I like to say I wrote this song, it’s more like the song wrote me,” Brinn expressed to One Country in a recent interview. “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.”
“Daddy’s Medicine” is available on iTunes and Spotify.
ABOUT BRINN BLACK:
It takes no longer than 60 seconds with Brinn Black to be completely captivated by her amazing energy and compassionate personality. Her unbridled spirit delivers the honest truth that comes alive in her music. With a connection to audiences of all ages, Black is one of country music’s most engaging new female acts.
Whether it be on the historic Ryman Auditorium stage, honoring a member of the Grand Ole Opry in song, or playing a round at the Bluebird Cafe, Black delivers a tone of purity and innocence paired with a rasp that drives straight through her listener’s heart. It’s no wonder that some of her biggest influences include Jennifer Nettles, Patsy Cline and Kelly Clarkson.
Based in Nashville, Tenn., where thousands move to daily to pursue the dream of country super-stardom, Black has taken an authentic entrepreneurship approach in pursuing her dreams, allowing the young singer-songwriter to discover more about herself by sharing her journey with the world. She has supported some of
Off stage she has been an advocate for her community by partnering with programs such as:Christmas4Kids, Hands On Nashville, Columbia Shop-With-A-Cop program, Big Brothers Big Sisters and many more. She recently served as an ambassador for LEAD Southeast, a public school in Nashville committed to prepping young artistic students for a four year college or university program. The Virginia native returned to her home state two years ago to develop a full scale songwriters festival at Smith Mountain Lake, Virginia’s most popular lake bringing 50 Nashville songwriters to play music across
the 500 miles of shoreline, creating a music scene and creating impact. The festival has raised over $50,000 in proceeds from the three-day festival benefitting St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Memphis, TN.
This summer, Black will release her most vulnerable project to date. The first single, “Daddy’s Medicine” is available now.Her new sound is influenced by her personal experiences: heartache, hope and healing. By sharing the incredible journey that has built the woman she is today, Brinn Black is sure to become one of country music’s biggest stars.
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