Brittney Grabill is a Canadian pop singer/songwriter based out of Los Angeles, CA.
Her debut pop single “I Try” will be featured exclusively by Twist Magazine and hits iTunes March 24, 2017. Brittney explains the inspiration behind writing her new single, “Although I wrote ‘I Try’ based on a relationship between two people, it is a universal feeling to fear being vulnerable and open, whether that’s through letting love in or going for your big goal in life. I want to encourage having a life that is fun and that you are proud of, and I believe failure comes only when you stop trying."
“If you're obsessed with artists like Little Mix and Bridgit Mendler, we have a feeling you're going to love pop singer and songwriter Brittney Grabill.”
– Twist Magazine, March 2017
She is taking part in Canada's Music Incubator in Toronto, ON currently and will be performing end of April 2017 as apart of their showcase, as well as launching four new singles this year with the help of Effective Immediately marketing.
She released her first original song I Like You at the age of 16 and has since released pop/folk albums Dreams Are All You Know (2012) and Candy (2013) recorded at PowerSound Studios in Edmonton, AB.
Brittney has also found an interest in filmmaking, as she directed Chocolate Cake (2017) which was featured on KTLA News during Oscar week and premiered at the Vancouver Int. Women in Film Festival.
She has worked in casting for various music orientated projects including Anderson Paak’s Grammy promo video and Adam Sandler’s Netflix film Sandy Wexler where he plays a music manager set in the ‘90s.
Brittney has received grants to further her career through Storyhive, the Alberta Foundation for the Arts and RawlCo Radio.
Inspired by having major back surgery at the age of thirteen, Brittney has performed and spoken for many Children’s Hospital events and radiothons. To give back to her community, all the proceeds from Autumn's Song were donated to the Stollery Children’s Hospital. Her story and song were played on Edmonton’s Virgin 104.9 and The Bear 100.3 radiothon raised $1.25 million for the hospital.
Brittney also feels strongly about suicide awareness and mental health, leading to her involvement with Edmonton’s Suicide Awareness March, which she performed at for various years.
Stay tuned for the new singles, music video’s and live performances Brittney will be sharing this year.
“It was a joy to work with Brittney; the talent and enthusiasm Brittney has on stage will entertain audiences wherever she goes.”
- Marie Isaman, Wainwright, AB
“Young performer Brittney Grabill was pulled up on stage to jam with Mighty Popo, and said she’s caught the folk music bug.Grabill is set to release her own music in the near future — a fusion of pop and soul.”
-Allison Salz, writer for the Edmonton Sun - Edmonton Folk Festival
--Featured on KTLA News for directing Chocolate Cake
--Premiered Candy Album at the Roy Thompson Hall in Toronto, ON
--Calgary Folk Festival Songwriting Finalist for original songs Remember Their Names and Autumn’s Song
--Galexie Young Performer for the Winnipeg Folk Festival
--Received 102.3 Now Radio/RawlCo Radio 10K20 Recording Grant for my new album which will be launching in January 2014.
--Received a grant from the Alberta Foundation for the Arts which funded half of my current 5 song EP
--Performed on Shaw TV’s ON DA GRINE with Valentine in May 2013
--Special guest performer playing improvised guitar for shows at Second Storey Theatre in Vancouver, BC during November and December 2012
--Special guest performer at Edmonton’s Annual Suicide Awareness March in 2011 and 2012
--NetteRadio in Culver City, California played Brittney as part of their favorite music in 2011, during the first week of 2012 and Radio Phoenix in Arizona interviewed Brittney for their weekly artist webinar