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Brittney Spencer with Sam Williams & Camille Parker at MilkBoy
Friday, December 3rd, 2021
7:30 PM Doors // 8:30 PM Show // 21+
About Brittney Spencer
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Brittney Spencer is a singer-songwriter with a free spirit and a love for molding life, truth and wild imagination into songs. Her love for storytelling drove the Baltimore native to Nashville in 2013 with dreams of singing and writing country music. She's since toured and performed as a background singer for such artists as Carrie Underwood & Christopher Cross all while establishing herself as a songwriter in Music City.
In late 2020 Spencer began her ascent to stardom with the release of her debut EP which garnered rave reviews from the likes of Maren Morris, Amanda Shires, Billboard and American Songwriter. Morris even went so far as to name check Spencer as an artist to watch during her 2020 CMA Female Vocalist of the Year acceptance speech. Brittney is now part of CMT’s Next Women of Country class of 2021 and was named an Artist to Watch in 2021 by Spotify and Pandora.
About Sam Williams
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The grandson of country pioneer Hank Williams and the son of outlaw legend Hank Jr., Williams is the latest in a long line of American originals, but he’s not here for the sake of tradition or legacy. He sings with his own singular voice and he writes in his own singular style, fusing gut-wrenching honesty and plainspoken poetics with raw vulnerability and deep empathy. His songs are lush and cinematic, influenced as much by modern pop as classic country, and they grapple with the kind of profound, revelatory introspection that belies their author’s young age.
At just 22, Williams has already been through a lifetime of struggle and heartbreak—‘Glasshouse Children’ took on new meaning shortly after completion, when Williams’ beloved sister, Katie, was tragically killed in a car wreck—and he comes across as an old soul on the album, a gentle, sensitive seeker searching for his place in a cold, hard world.