Under the Radar: Britt
Glasgow singer-songwriter Brittany Davies, aka Britt, has a powerful voice and a winner of a single in I Can’t Get Over U
Glasgow’s Brittany Davies, aka Britt, released her excellent debut single We I Can’t Get Over U at the start of the month. Her voice is beautiful yet incredibly powerful, and the song is a very promising and accomplished debut.
We first met the young singer-songwriter a couple of years ago at an event at Glasgow’s SWG3 hosted by youth music project Hit The Road, where she was performing alongside her twin sister under the banner Rachelle and Brittany. They’d already been featured by STV and played in front of 30,000 people thanks to Rod Stewart and Capital FM.
Fast-forward to the present day and just one week after release, I Can’t Get Over U was played on the new BBC Introducing in Scotland show with Phoebe I-H and Shereen Cutkelvin, and it has also picked up airplay from Jim Gellatly on Amazing Radio, CamGlen and Pulse. Visit https://www.brittxmusic.com/
Olaf Furniss and Derick Mackinnon run music industry seminar and social night Born To Be Wide visit www.borntobewide.co.uk
The Academy of Music & Sound was founded in 1994, and has welcomed over 5,000 students into courses in popular music, production and music business over the years. The academy has launched a new Rap/Hip-Hop course and continues to provide full time courses, HND, BA(hons) and MMus in Music. See http://www.academyofmusic.ac.uk/
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