LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Six-time GRAMMY nominee and CMA Award winning country artist Brandy Clark will kick-off GRAMMY week with an intimate and unfiltered interview from a studio in Los Angeles with Don Dahler this Saturday, Feb. 11 on "CBS This Morning." Catch the teaser here.
“Watching the GRAMMY Awards as a child, I would dream of playing my guitar with the ease of those taking to its stage," shares Clark. "I've spent my life working to get to this point in my career, and so talking more in depth about the evolution from songwriter to singer-songwriter, stepping out from behind the curtain into the spotlight has been a surreal experience."
Clark is going into music’s biggest night with two GRAMMY nominations from The Recording Academy: Best Country Album for her critically acclaimed sophomore album Big Day in a Small Town and Best Country Solo Performance for her emotive ballad “Love Can Go To Hell.”
“Country songwriter Brandy Clark's tremendous gift for wordplay and storytelling was never in question, but on her second album she unleashes her inner diva like never before…” Rolling Stone praised of Big Day, “Her aching vocal performances and razor-sharp lyrics expertly articulating complicated, if all too common, human struggles”
Heralded as “country music’s most reliable character witness,” (The Washington Post) Clark released her explosive sophomore album last summer. Produced by Nashville’s Jay Joyce, Big Day landed on many “Best of 2016” critics’ lists, including NPR, TIME, Rolling Stone, American Songwriter, Entertainment Weekly, Billboard and more.
Soul2Soul Featuring Brandy Clark:
Thursday, September 21 Intrust Bank Arena Wichita, KS
Friday, September 22 CenturyLink Arena Omaha, NE
Saturday, September 23 Sprint Center Kansas City, MO
ABOUT BRANDY CLARK
The Morton, Washington-native received her first of six career GRAMMY nominations in 2013 in the Best Country Song category for co-writing the Miranda Lambert No. 1 hit “Mama’s Broken Heart.” She won the 2014 CMA Song of the Year Award for “Follow Your Arrow,” which she co-wrote with Shane McAnally and Kacey Musgraves, and was also named the 2014 Music Row Breakthrough Artist of the Year. That December, she landed two additional GRAMMY nominations including an all-genre New Artist nod and performed her nominated “Hold My Hand” with a feature by Dwight Yoakam. The Academy of Country Music voters continued momentum, nominating her for Female Vocalist of the Year in 2015.