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The singer harvests hay from heartbreak and tills freedom in songs from the lost highway that drove her from the tiny town of Medicine Hat, Alberta, to country mecca Nashville.
Clark, now 35, has raked over ashes of divorce - her own and those of friends and peers - to inject her music with a cool credibility.
“I got in my head that my goal as a songwriter was to write songs for people who didn’t write songs,” Brandy told NPR in November.
“You know, somebody working at a bank or checking out groceries.
Clark's albums have accounted for more than twenty singles, including six Number Ones.
"If I Were You", "Poor Poor Pitiful Me", "Emotional Girl" and "In My Next Life" all topped the country charts in Canada, "Girls Lie Too" reached Number One only in the U.
Country Music Association Award for Female Vocalist of the Year, Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Female Vocalist of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for Video of the Year, Academy of Country Music Award for New Female Vocalist of...[observation about current trends in country music, 2014] It's definitely pushing boundaries.(“You were lyin’ there with nothing on/But a goofy little grin and a platinum blonde.”) “I don’t write songs for straight people or gay people or black people or white people. Here’s the chorus for “Crazy Women”: is a terrific country album, one with more depth than others on the Top 10 charts, exploring familiar themes with a more wry sense of humor or dark honesty recalling the man in black more than Taylor Swift‘s “I’ll write a song about you” method of revenge.However queer women might not yet hear themselves as part of it, and if an out singer/songwriter isn’t involving us, then who will?I think that's the nature of time going by and things progressing.It makes me sad because my generation was influenced by that previous generation.