Brea Lawrenson

Brea Lawrenson

 Carleton Place, Ontario, CAN

Brea is a multi-talented artist with an inner vision and gift that has led her to express the deepest part of herself through music. In her songs Brea explores the feelings of being misunderstood and sometimes undervalued - of loves lost and found.


Like all artists, Brea’s body of work reflects her personal search for meaning and validation and that reflection is mirrored by her generation. Her uplifting and poignant songs and her dynamically sensitive voice combine in a magical way, and promise that she will be a force to be reckoned with on the world stage.

Brea was singing before she could talk and her taste in music is varied…thanks to a musical family! Mom likes rock classics, Dad likes easy listening, and Bro is into Punk. Brea started singing country when she was eleven and she’s never looked back.

Her extraordinary vocals, her passion and her unique writing style put her in a class all her own. In her short career she has gained a loyal following of fans that identify with the things that have become important to her. Busloads of her fans packed the auditorium for her video concert scene, and cheered and sang along to her songs. She and one of her writing partners, Braiden Turner, have become the official spokespersons for the Canadian Red Cross’ RespectED program and their song Black and Purple is the theme song.

As Brea says, ‘My dream is not about the fame and fortune, I think it’s more about doing the thing that I love most in the world …ever since I was a little girl, I was singing…and if I want to sing for the rest of my life, why not make it a career, right? …so that I can do the thing that I love, form my whole entire life…and learn to be good at it everyday”

Set List

Brea's originals

What's it Gonna Take
Miss Mary-Jane
Rockin' Into My Life
Walk Away
All the Time
Everyone Told You
Black and Purple
I Will Be
I'm Worth It
First Day of School
It's Alright

Brea In Britain CD

Be Your Fool
If I'm Not Here Tomorrow
Just Another Day

Brea's Country Covers

Right Kinda Wrong - LeeAnne Rymes
Not Ready To Make Nice - Dixie Chicks
What Hurts the Most - Rascal Flats
Bye Bye - Jodi Massina
I Need You - LeeAnne Rymes
You Were Mine - Dixie Chicks
Breathe - Faith Hill
Independence Day - Maritna McBride
Where Would You Be - Martina McBride
When You Say Nothing At All - Alison Krause
Goodbye Earl - Dixie Chicks
Love's The Only House - Martina McBride
Wrong Again - Martina McBride

Brea's Pop Covers

Life is a Highway - Rascal Flats
Meet Virginia - Train
Heaven - Bryan Adams
I'm With You - Avril Lavigne
You Were Meant For Me - Jewl
Let It Rain