11 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Clark applies her writerly touch to songs that are bold, relatable, and rich in detail. Big Day in a Small Town finds the GRAMMY®-nominated singer/songwriter following up her acclaimed solo debut—2012’s 12 Stories—with a set of big, beautifully realized country narratives that includes shimmering, hair salon melodrama (“Soap Opera”), brash but subversive rock (“Broke,” “Girl Next Door”), Patsy Cline-like honky-tonky (“Drinkin’, Smokin’, Cheatin’”), and haunting ballads (“Since You’ve Gone to Heaven,” inspired by her father’s death in a logging accident.)

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Clark applies her writerly touch to songs that are bold, relatable, and rich in detail. Big Day in a Small Town finds the GRAMMY®-nominated singer/songwriter following up her acclaimed solo debut—2012’s 12 Stories—with a set of big, beautifully realized country narratives that includes shimmering, hair salon melodrama (“Soap Opera”), brash but subversive rock (“Broke,” “Girl Next Door”), Patsy Cline-like honky-tonky (“Drinkin’, Smokin’, Cheatin’”), and haunting ballads (“Since You’ve Gone to Heaven,” inspired by her father’s death in a logging accident.)

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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
113 Ratings
113 Ratings
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Brandy is very good at telling a story. I enjoy both of her albums, wanting MORE...

DeenaWilliams59 ,

Loving Brandy Clark

I've been listening to Bobby Bones Podcast and having enjoyed listening to music that isn't quite mainstream yet... I am pretty open to old an new country... just enjoy music.. But Brandy Clark is def a touch of old country... which I am so loving.. Brandy is a very successful writer... but her voice, sound and songs should be being played on the radio... She is so very talented

Dollygirl130 ,

Bold words everyone is thinking but afraid to say!

So happy Brandy is recording her own stuff because these songs are real, raw, and you can feel the lyrics almost as if they were written about you!

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