Maryland native Brinn Black moved back from the East Coast to Music City in chase of her dreams, with hit country singers Kelly Clarkson, Luke Bryan and Miranda creating the way as her biggest influences. But when her career started taking off, tragedy struck.
“My fiancé passed away of a heart attack at 31 years old,” Black shares with The Southern Boot. “And it destroyed me. It shattered my world, and it still does.”
Black took two years to let her soul heal, and her newest song, “Daddy’s Medicine,” shows her fans just how much pain she was in. The result is an emotionally electric song dedicated to her father’s life long battle with alcoholism.
Though Brinn naturally leans toward uptempo songs, “Daddy’s Medicine” expands her skill as a writer, and shows a new side of Black. Her upcoming album symbolizes a different sound, inspired by her personal experiences of heart break, hope and healing.
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