We love a little Country from Dolly to Reba to Brenda Cay!

Far from your usual lick in a female country vocalist, Brenda Cay is a far cry from the boppy sound of some of the current country music that is around and about. Brenda’s vocal prowess will take you back to that to classic sound. It’s one that DRAG Queens would be happy to Lip Sync to.

Amazing county music artist Brenda Cay harkens you to the days of Jeannie Riely, June Carter Cash and Brenda Lee, It’s not your usual lick of Carrie Underwood and some of the recent ones showing up in the country Music Scene. Brenda’s voice is distinctive, it’s that classic country sound with an Americana Hook and even some Caribbean flavours hear and there. Brenda is a nice refreshing sound that will stand the test of musical time and evolve into the the classics that we all enjoy still listening to years down the road.

Make sure you stream her music at https://open.spotify.com/search/results/brenda%20cay

Some of the inspiration behind her music in her own word… My songs are based on life experiences and infuse elements of country, rock, pop, and probably everything in between, and are designed to help the listener escape for a while.  Many of the songs are fun mid to uptempos because I am a positive person and I like to have fun, but the new album will also deal with loss.  In short, my listeners can get to know me by listening to my music. 

The background…

I grew up on the eastern shore of Maryland and the water and the beach have always been a big part of my life.  I have a bachelor’s degree in business with a concentration in accounting and I worked as a C.P.A. for several years.  I have always loved to write and about seven years ago, I decided to pursue a career as a songwriter, focusing mainly on Country music.  In the spring of 2018, I decided to take it a step further and pursue a career as a recording artist while still writing with and for other artists.  I began recording my debut EP, “Angler Management,” which released in January 2019.  wo of the songs on the EP, “R & R Reggae & Rum” (written by Cay and Mitch Collins) and “Joe” (written by Cay and Brian Brewer), were released as singles in the fall of 2018 before the EP and were well received.  I am currently a nominee for a Josie award for song of the year for “Joe” in the Folk/Americana/Bluegrass category. 

Now I am working on a full album and have released the first single from it (ahead of the album).  With the release of that song, “Glass Slippers,” I also released my first music video.  After two weeks, it has 25.7k views on Facebook.  “Glass Slippers” was produced in Nashville by Kristin K. Smith, who also co-wrote the song.  It was recorded in Nashville at Saxman Studios where major recording artist, Luke Combs, records his songs. 

Check out her YOUTUBE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCaQBk9BEAXyj3Kxw9FJT0WQ?view_as=subscriber 

For bookings, contact Casey Carpenter with Riffchord Music at  songwritercasey@comcast.net.

Follow her on Social Media and the Web. .brendacay.com/