Jennifer Brantley

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Jennifer Brantley is a country and Americana singer/songwriter in Nashville, TN. She has released three CD's, "The Other Side," Break Down, " produced by Grammy Award winner Bil VornDick, (Alison Kraus, Bela Fleck).[1] This CD also featured guitar player Johnny Hiland.[2] "The Little Things" was produced by Johnny Neel, formally of the Allman Brothers Band.

Brantley was also the first artist to release the song "Heartbroken Forsaken and Alone," a song co-written by Hank Williams Sr and Glenn Douglas Tubb.[3]

In 2009, Brantley performed a duet called, "Heart of Stone" with former RCA recording artist Razzy Bailey on his CD titled, "Damn Good Time."[4] The CD also contains duets with Johnny Cash and Mickey Gilley. Brantley also appeared with Razzy on Ernest Tubb's Midnite Jamboree, which is broadcast from "The Air Castle of the South" WSM (AM), "Home of the Grand Ole Opry."

In 2007, Brantley was also nominated for Americana Female Singer/songwriter of the Year for the Los Angeles Music Awards.[5]

Brantley is a cast member of the "Nashville Traditions" radio show that is set to air on WSM 650AM, which will reach 38 states in the United States and parts of Canada.[6] The premier show aired Dec 10, 2010.


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