Brittany Elise

Brittany Elise is a vibrant, award winning, singer songwriter who has certainly been kicking goals within the music industry.
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Brittany’s Story

Her album Something More, debuted at #2 on the Australian iTunes Country Charts and #20 on the all genres chart. The Queensland based artist pre-launched her album in Nashville, Tennessee, at the Tamworth Country Music Festival and to SOLD OUT album launches in Queensland.



From here, she has travelled throughout Queensland, NSW and Victoria on her ‘Something More’ Tour sharing her powerhouse vocals, stories and entertaining performances.
The debut single from Brittany Elise’s album, ‘Another Day’ was released and debuted at #3 on the Australian iTunes Country Chart and #8 on the Top 40 Australian Country Airplay Chart.

Her second single ‘Something More’ debuted in the Top 15 on the Australian iTunes Country Chart, #9 on the AMRAP Australian Regional Airplay Chart, as well as being added to ABC Country and Country Music Channel Australia. ‘Dorothy May’ also featured at #10 on the AMRAP Australian Regional Airplay Chart. The album has received great critical acclaim across the industry including from the likes of Kasey Chambers and more.

Brittany Elise is a graduate of the world-renowned Junior and Senior CMAA Australian Academy of Country Music Excellence and DAG Singer Songwriters Academy. She has opened the Tamworth Country Music Festival in Bicentennial Park and headlined at various festivals around Australia. Brittany Elise was the invited guest artist to perform her #1 charted single ‘A Simple Plan’ for Keith Payne, Victoria Cross AM recipients’, 2019 Civic Reception, as well as shortlisted as a Finalist for the Patti McKinnon ‘Up and Coming Artist’ Award at the ICMA

Australian Awards 2020. In 2020, Brittany Elise started the initiative of ‘Raise Your Voice’, a show empowering local female singer songwriters, whilst bringing local community women together

Brittany Elise’s powerhouse voice and storytelling lyrics have seen her support Graeme Connors, Tania Kernaghan, Lyn Bowtell, Natalie Henry, Melody Moko, Carter and Carter, and Jade Holland, as well as Lee Kernaghan on his Australian Tours from the age of 12. As well

worked with Fanny Lumsden, Kevin Bennett, Luke O’Shea, Shane Nicholson, Amber Lawrence and Jen Mize.