|Aoife O'Donovan, Willie Watson & Brandy Clark|| Culture Center Theater
|Dwight Yoakam & Brandy Clark|| Arkansas State University Convocation Center
|Grand Ole Opry: Brandy Clark, Trent Harmon, Larry Gatlin and The Gatlin Brothers, Mountain Heart & Darryl Worley|| Grand Ole Opry House
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Brandy Norwood is a singer, songwriter, model, dancer, record producer and actress belonging to McComb, Mississippi. Brandy got introduced to the world of singing when she was still a child and was attending performing arts school. Apart from being a famous singer herself, she is also known for being the first cousin of famous hip hop and rap artist Snoop Dogg. By the time she was in her early teens she was entering several talent contests as a member of a singing group. She started appearing in different functions and eventually her talent landed her a contract with Teaspoon Productions. Now Brandy tickets are selling fast as she is hitting the road once again with a series of concerts lined up.
Brandy’s first demo tape was arranged and recorded by Earl Harris and Chris Stokes. After an audition with Atlantic Recording Cooperation’s director Darryl Williams, Brandy won a contract deal. With the full support of her parents, she was able to make her way into the music industry. While she was still recording her debut album, she was offered a role in a sitcom “Thea” that aired on ABC TV. Back then she was only twelve and because of the role she managed to get a nomination in the category of “Young Artist Award.”
Brandy released her self-titled debut album in 1994 which consisted of a number of rhythm and blues street oriented hip hop songs. It took eight months to record the album and Keith Crouch the producer and the band Somethin’ for the People worked on it with the Norwood. The lyrics of the songs included in the album had a touch of innocence and vulnerability. The album was released in the September of 1994 and managed to make it to #20 on Billboard 200 within the United States. The critics started to call Brandy as “low key” Mary J. Blige and Janet Jackson.
Brandy sold around six million records around the globe and was certified Platinum. It also included three songs that made it to Top Ten list on Billboard “Hot 100.” These songs were Baby and I Wanna Be Down. Later that year the album won Brandy two Grammy Award nominations in the category of “Best Female R&B Vocal Performance” and “Best New Artist.” A year later, for the same album, she won two Billboard Awards and four Soul Train Music Awards. She was also awarded one New York Children’s Choice Award.
In 1995 Brandy appeared as the opening act for several famous names such as Boyz II Men on their world tour. Her songs were included in films “Waiting to Exhale” and “Batman Forever.” In 1996 Brandy was featured in her very own sitcom named “Moesha.” She played side by side Countess Vaughn and Sheryl Lee Ralph. The show was produced by UPN and the plot revolved around the character of a Los Angeles girl named Moesha Mitchell who is coping with her new stepmother. The show aired for six seasons and had a huge viewership.
Whitney Houston chose Brandy Norwood in 1997 to play the lead role in TV version of Cinderella named “Rodgers and Hammerstein.” The show had mixed culture cast which included Houston herself, Whoopi Goldberg and Jason Alexander. As of 2010, Brandy has embarked on different ventures, some solo while others with fellow musicians including her brother Ray J. In 2010 she was starred in “Dancing with the Stars” in its eleventh season. She has also appeared in several different television shows including Drop Dead Diva and Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor. Brandy has become one of the most famous and successful musicians of her respective genre, keeping in mind that her debut album alone won her more than hundred awards. If you plan to catch her in live performance, you can now book Brandy tickets from us.