Lauren Braddock
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Lauren Braddock

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | INDIE

Nashville, Tennessee, United States | INDIE
Band Americana Singer/Songwriter


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""A great artist..""

"Lauren Braddock (Havey) is a great artist. She turns the chaos of infertility land and at-risk pregnancy land into a story that inspires and astounds. Lauren's quirky intelligence and deeply rooted joy transform this difficult journey into a wise and jagged smile of a tale."
—Alice Randall, best-selling author of The Wind Done Gone and hit songwriter

- indie blurb

""adult lullabies to swampy celebrations..""

“Lauren and her producer Don Henry have made an incredibly poignant and personal album. These songs run the gamut from adult lullabies to swampy celebrations, and they're all delivered with the droll turns-of-phrase and great humor that Lauren has inherited in part from her dad and which she has refined through her own experiences. I hope this gets adapted for musical theater, as difficult as the subject matter seems; the songs are a natural for that milieu.”
— Peter Holsapple, co-founder of the dB's, touring member of REM and Hootie & The Blowfish - indie review


A Journey To The Son, Lost Dawg Records

Lauren Braddock/Lauren Braddock, Lost Dawg/Love Child Records

If I Was Your Man.....Blake Shelton, Blake Shelton, platinum-selling CD, Warner Brothers Records

If I Was Your Man....Don Henry, Flowers And Rockets, Love Child Records



Lauren Braddock is a songwriter and actress who grew up in Nashville, the only child of legendary Country Music Hall of Fame songwriter Bobby Braddock.
Lauren connected with her friend Grammy-winner Don Henry to create two unique and eclectic CDs that showcase clever lyrics and diverse influences from country roots to folk-alt-rock to flower-power.
Her debut CD, Lauren Braddock/Lauren Braddock, received critical praise and resulted in one of the songs being recorded by country music superstar Blake Shelton.
The second, A Journey to the Son, is a "folk-rock opera" all about a rocky road to becoming a mom that has become a one woman show.