February 20, 2024—GRAMMY Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician Brandy Clark is featured on today’s episode of “The Jennifer Hudson Show” speaking with the host. Watch the interview HERE.

The appearance adds to a triumphant year for Clark, who won Best Americana Performance at this year’s 66th Annual GRAMMY Awards for her song, “Dear Insecurity,” featuring 10x GRAMMY-winner Brandi Carlile—Clark’s first GRAMMY win. Clark also performed the song during the GRAMMY Premiere Ceremony, accompanied by SistaStrings (watch HERE).

“Dear Insecurity” is from Clark’s self-titled album, which was produced by Carlile and features Clark’s most personal songwriting to date (Warner Records, stream/purchase here). Released to overwhelming critical acclaim, the record landed on several “Best of 2023” lists including NPR Music, Rolling Stone, Billboard, Los Angeles Times, Variety and Forbes, who calls the album “an Americana Masterpiece.” Additionally, the Los Angeles Times praises, “one of Nashville’s craftiest and most meticulous storytellers,” while Variety declares, “further clarifies that she’s one of America’s treasures,” and Billboard proclaims, “Clark continues to convey her inexorable talents as both a song-crafter and vocal interpreter.”

Known for her powerful live performances, Clark will continue to tour through this spring including headline shows at Birmingham’s The Lyric Theatre, Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse, Wilmington’s Brooklyn Arts Center, Charlottesville’s Jefferson Theater and Alexandria’s The Birchmere (sold out) among many others. She will also kick off a special co-headline tour with Hayes Carll next month. See below for complete itinerary.

In addition to Clark and Carlile, the album also includes special guests Derek Trucks and Lucius as well as Matt Chamberlain on drums, Sebastian Steinberg on bass, Dave Palmer on piano, Jedd Hughes on guitar, Kyleen King on viola, Josh Neumann on cello, Sista Strings (aka Monique and Chauntee Ross) on cello and violin, Steve Fishell on pedal steel and Jay Carlile on background vocals and harmonica.

Clark is one of her generation’s most respected songwriters and musicians. In addition to writing songs like “A Beautiful Noise,” the GRAMMY-nominated duet performed by Brandi Carlile and Alicia Keys, and Kacey Musgraves’ “Follow Your Arrow,” Clark has released three acclaimed albums of her own including 2020’s Your Life is A Record. The album landed on best-of-the-year lists at Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly, Variety and more and led NPR Music to call her, “a storyteller of the highest caliber,” The New Yorker to declare, “No one is writing better country songs than Brandy Clark is” and Slate to proclaim, “one of the greatest living short-story-song writers in country (which really means in any genre).” She also composed the music and lyrics for the hit musical comedy, Shucked, alongside her longtime collaborator, Shane McAnally. With the show, Clark won Outstanding Music at the 67th Drama Desk Awards and was nominated for Best Original Score at the 76th Tony Awards, with Shucked receiving nine Tony nominations overall last year.

For more information, please contact Asha Goodman
615.320.7753, Catherine Snead 615.320.7753 or Carla Sacks
212.741.1000 at Sacks & Co.

Rick Gershon 818.953.3473, at Warner Records.

1. Ain’t Enough Rocks (feat. Derek Trucks)
2. Buried
3. Tell Her You Don’t Love Her (feat. Lucius)
4. Dear Insecurity (feat. Brandi Carlile)
5. Come Back To Me
6. Northwest
7. She Smoked In The House
8. Up Above The Clouds – Cecilia’s Song
9. All Over Again
10. Best Ones
11. Take Mine

March 1-8 /// Miami, FL /// Cayamo Cruise
March 14 /// Phoenixville, PA /// The Colonial Theatre*
March 15 /// Stroudsburg, PA /// Sherman Theater*
March 16 /// Portsmouth, NH /// The Music Hall*
March 17 /// Waterville, ME /// Waterville Opera House*
March 19 /// Fall River, MA /// Narrows Center for the Arts*
March 21 /// Northampton, MA /// Bombyx Center
for Arts & Equity* (SOLD OUT)
March 22 /// Homer, NY /// Center for the Arts of Homer* (SOLD OUT)
March 23 /// Pittsburgh, PA /// Carnegie of Homestead Music Hall*
March 26 /// Cleveland, OH /// Music Box Supper Club*
March 27 /// Columbus, OH /// The Athenaeum Theatre*
March 28 /// Cincinnati, OH /// The Ludlow Garage*
March 29 /// Louisville, KY /// Bomhard Theater*
April 11 /// Little Rock, AR /// The Hall
April 12 /// Philadelphia, MS /// Ellis Theater
April 13 /// Hattiesburg, MS /// Saenger Theater
April 16 /// Birmingham, AL /// The Lyric Theatre
April 18 /// Decatur, AL /// Princess Theatre
April 19 /// Atlanta, GA /// Variety Playhouse
April 20 /// Macon, GA /// Capitol Theatre Macon
April 23 /// Wilmington, NC /// Brooklyn Arts Center
April 24 /// Charlottesville, VA /// Jefferson Theater
April 25 /// Alexandria, VA /// The Birchmere (SOLD OUT)
April 27 /// Wilkesboro, NC /// MerleFest
April 28 /// Annapolis, MD /// Rams Head On Stage

*co-headline with Hayes Carll