Brittnee Lee

Brittnee Lee

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Brittnee Lee is a fun singer/songwriter that loves to perform for anyone willing to watch and listen. In between her catchy original tunes, you just might hear covers of anyone from Patsy Cline to Janis Joplin at a BL show. That's not to mention the amazing inspirational songs she can belt out!

Biography

Singer/Songwriter Brittnee Lee began performing for audiences of all ages at just 9 years old. She started off in school talent shows, and eventually moved on to compete on the hit show “American Juniors.” Brittnee made it all the way to the semi-finals.

After returning home, she began performing at North Texas Opries, quickly becoming an audience favorite. Soon, Brittnee joined talented musicians on the stage opening for Josh Gracin at Billy Bob’s Texas. Brittnee was then booked to perform at fairs, festivals, and private events on a regular basis, including opening for Award-Winning Christian band, Third Day, on the Chevy Main Stage at the State Fair of Texas.

Brittnee Lee can be heard on radio shows around Texas and on the traveling radio show, “Back Porch Show with Mitchell Keller,” where Brittnee’s song, “He Said, She Said” hit number 2 on the request line charts, beating big named artists including LeAnn Rimes.

Brittnee Lee’s songwriting is known for being fun and down-to-earth. “Where There’s Love,” a song that she wrote and dedicated to her family, is currently being used as the American Cancer Society Relay for Life theme song in numerous relay events around North Texas.

Singer/Songwriter Brittnee Lee is quickly making a name for herself not only in her home state of Texas, but in the record label offices of Nashville, Tennessee. With well-known music managers Lyle Walker and Max Archer supporting her, there is no doubt that Brittnee Lee will be a household name in the near future.

Places Brittnee Lee has Performed:

MGM Grand Hotel in Vegas; American Juniors; Billy Bob’s Texas; Gaylord Texan Resort; State Fair of Texas Chevy Main Stage; Lone Star Park; W.W. Fairfields; Guns & Hoses; American Airlines Center (Sports Events); Channel 8’s Family First; 93.5 KIK-FM East TX; Back Porch Show with Mitchell Keller; Best Texas Music Show with Gary Barton; Love & War in Texas; Bill’s Records; Irving Arts Center; Carpenter Performance Hall; SunDestin Resort in Florida; Six Flags Fiesta Texas; Seagoville Fest; Crandall Cotton Fest; Star-Spangled Fourth; Gillespie County Fair; The Garland Opry; The Wylie Opry; Johnnie High’s Country Music Revue; Rodeo City Music Hall; Dos Banderas Tex-Mex Restaurant; "Let's Get Cooking" Television Show; Chef Nick & Friends Cooking Show; Rural American Music Revue; Cotton Pickin’ Theater; Circle R Ranch; Angels in Blue 5K Run; Patty Granville Performing Arts Center; Ennis Care Center; Traildust Steakhouse; VFW Garland; Babe’s Chicken; Many more…

AWARDS/NOMINATIONS/HONORS:

2003: American (Idol) Junior SEMI-FINALIST; Garland Little Miss Labor Day Talent WINNER
2004: UnSignedArtist World Showcase GRAND PRIZE WINNER and TV VIEWER’S CHOICE; Garland Talent Search WINNER
2006: Rural American Idol WINNER; “He Said, She Said” (written by Brittnee Lee) 2 on Back Porch Show in Oregon; “Where There’s Love” (written by Brittnee Lee) becomes American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life theme song
2007: Poor David’s Pub B.W. Stevenson Songwriter Competition TOP 6; State Fair of Texas Chevy Main Stage (opening for Third Day)

Discography

2006:
Album: "Where There's Love"
Single: "He Said, She Said" (Cajun Version)

2007:
Album: "He Said, She Said"
Single: "He Said, She Said" (Country Version)

2008:
Album: TBA - Currently Recording

Set List

Original songs from Brittnee Lee albums, as well as covers by...

Patsy Cline, Miranda Lambert, Journey, Lynyrd Skynyrd, LeAnn Rimes, Bon Jovi, Sugarland, Jessica Andrews, Jo Dee Messina, Janis Joplin, and other audience favorites. (Depending on audience.)