Brandy Clark is a contemporary country singer-songwriter. Born in Morton, Washington, she played the guitar and sang in local bands before moving to Nashville in 1998. There she graduated with a music business degree at Belmont University and concentrated on songwriting. Her first big success was in 2009 when Reba McEntire recorded Clark's songs 'Cry' and The Day She Got Divorced' on the album 'All the Woman I Am'. In 2011 she had more success as Ashton Shepherd sang 'Tryin' to Go to Church' and Miranda Lambert scored a big hit with Clark's song 'Mama's Broken Heart'. That year The Band Perry had a number one hit with another of her songs, 'Better Dig Two'. Clark was starting to make a name for herself as a solo act, supporting Sheryl Crow on tour and releasing the 'Brandy Clark' EP in 2012. She made her solo album debut with '12 Stories' in 2013, featuring the single 'Stripes'. Her strong voice and songs earned much critical acclaim. Clark continued to write for other artists, contributing material to albums by Miranda Lambert, Reba McEntire and Toby Keith in 2014 and Kacey Musgraves' album 'Pageant Material' in 2015. Her second album was 'Big Day in a Small Town' in 2016, featuring the single 'Girl Next Door'. She released the album 'Your Life Is a Record' in early 2020, the lead single being the atmospheric 'Love Is a Fire'.