Arkansas native Brenna Gibson Redpath is, and always will be, a Southern Girl no matter what her
current zip code happens to be. Singing since the age of 4, the daughter of a jazz musician, Brenna has been a part of music scenes from Nashville to Los Angeles – by way of Mississippi. Brenna’s songs aren’t southern per se, but her own sensibilities are woven throughout her tightly crafted often emotional and always visual songs. She tells stories of vivid moments in poetic voice. The humble musical style that accompanies her images betrays her traditional musical upbringing. Her influences include great songwriters as diverse as Harry Nilsson, Elvis Costello, Lyle Lovett and Tom Waits, and she, like them, is a storyteller. Her favorite daydream is the one where she hangs with Hugh Prestwood and his guitar on a back porch somewhere.
She is leaving for Europe in June 09, where her family will spend a year traveling. She can't wait to soak up every local music scene she can find.
Brenna Gibson Redpath has won:
*Top 3 semi-finalist for The Sorel Medallion classical composer award 2008
*Song Of The Year: June Folk Winner 2007
*Runner-up in the Song Of The Year Contest (2006) for both April and June.
*Runner-up in the WRA Song Competition 2006
* The Nashville International Song Contest for October 2005,
*Honorable Mention from UniSong (2005)
*Honorable Mention from Great American Song Contest (2005)
She is also currently a Featured Songwriter on Narrative Music Website. www.narrativemusic.ca
Her music is in rotation on Desert Highway Radio.com and Moozikoo Radio
“Remarkable, striking, beautiful imagery.”
-Great American Song Contest (2005)
“Her lyrics take the listener into a state of sensuality.”
-VH1 Song of the Year (2006)
Hear for yourself at www.BrennaGibsonRedpath.com.
and at Moozikoo.com