From the one stoplight town of Salemburg, North Carolina, Brittany McLamb discovered her love for music at a young age. The small town girl with big-time vocals was immersed in country and gospel music from the start. She grew up watching Hee Haw, listening to Alabama and Randy Travis tapes in her mama’s old, white Monte Carlo and watching early 90’s country music videos that her sisters recorded on the family VCR.
Brittany gave her first on-stage vocal performance at the age of 10 when she passed down her crown and title of “Little Miss Salemburg”. She dressed the part in a fringe and rhinestone embellished cowgirl outfit topped off with a matching cowboy hat and boots. She sang a crowd pleasing rendition of “If You’re Not in it For Love” by Shania Twain. “I just remember hearing the whole elementary school gym roar in applause,” said McLamb. “I WAS SOLD! I knew at that point what I wanted to be when I grew up.” It was at that point that Brittany began performing in talent shows and pageants across North Carolina and recording demo’s in a local studio.
Since making the big move to Nashville, Brittany has had the opportunity to intern for the late legendary Billy Block (the father of Americana) and The Billy Block Show as a production assistant, made repeat guest artist appearances on Nashville’s WSM 650AM radio shows Coffee, Country and Cody and Nashville Today, had music videos air across the globe on The Country Network, The Heartland Channel, SKY TV etc., guest hosted The Country Network’s video countdown “On The Rise” and was featured as a guest performer on The Country Network’s “Live From The Couch” show. Brittany has opened for artists such as Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum, William Michael Morgan, LANCO, Parmalee, Brooke Eden, Chris Hennessee, and Granger Smith to name a few. She made her live television debut on Nashville’s WSMV Channel 4 “Today In Nashville” segment performing her single “Lose It”.
Brittany’s music has also made its way across the pond to the UK where her music is being played on numerous radio stations and has even been featured on Country Hits UK for Baylen Leonard’s The Front Porch show. She has performed at London venues such as The Bedford Pub and The Slaughtered Lamb.