Brittany Glenn has announced that her new single 'Be Still' will be releasing on Thanksgiving Day 2020. "This song is my follow up to last year's album release and summer tour", she explains. "I have been working on a very special quarantine project that is entirely based around a verse that has been on my mind all year - Psalm 46:10 - "Be still and know..." which I believe God used as a reminder to find peace during the stillness this year."
Brittany Glenn (formerly Brittany Davis) has received national attention since the age of 21 from fans and music executives alike for her powerful vocals and captivating songwriting abilities. While finishing her musical theater degree at the renowned Oklahoma City University Performing Arts School, she started to build an audience after receiving the most online votes (out of the 500,000 that were cast) in a singing competition to promote feature film Country Strong starring Gwyneth Paltrow and Tim McGraw. Glenn was flown to Nashville where she interviewed and performed on CMT's Top 20 Countdown and met with Sony Nashville Records executive, Jim Catino, who remains an active mentor to Glenn following her move to Los Angeles.
Shortly after transitioning to the LA music scene, she released two singles (“Constantly” and “Analogy”) on iTunes, premiered her first music video, and an EP album “In Control” which led her to videographer, Jes Workman. Workman tagged along to a very sentimental hair appointment to help document Glenn’s anniversary of being an Ovarian Cancer Survivor that was picked up by Pantene Pro-V for a national ad campaign throughout the web where her song “Today” was featured. The spot was showcased on YouTube's homepage (and promoted by Courtney Cox, Queen Latifah, and many others), which has garnered almost two million views to date!
“Today” is a song dear to Glenn’s heart as it was written about overcoming cancer and living for today. All of this loving Los Angeles exposure led to more performances at larger venues (ie. singing the National Anthem twice at the Staples Center for LA’s biggest sports teams). She also began a two-year stint as the female counterpart of "Love Letters" the band, who disbanded in late 2015.