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Interview with Brea Lawrenson

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Carleton Place, Ontario Country artist BREA LAWRENSON'S collection of songs reflects her own personal experiences and aspirations. Her musical career has taken her across Canada, and to London, UK. She frequently travels to Nashville to write and record. She's worked with many different songwriters and producers including Stu Epps (UK producer who has worked with the likes of Elton John and Led Zeppelin), Barry Brown (of The Family Brown) and Keith Glass (of the Juno award winning Canadian Country band Prairie Oyster). She's released two music videos, one of which has received over 14,000 views on YouTube. The video for If I'm Not Here Tomorrow is dedicated to all military men and women and has been aired over the Military Network and on Majic 100's Top 20 Countdown Television Broadcast. Brea was recently asked to perform her song on Parliament Hill in Ottawa for the Commissionaires. As well, her song Black And Purple co-written with long-time friend and singer/songwriter Braiden Turner was taken on by the Canadian Red Cross as the anthem for their anti-bullying program RespectED. Both girls became national spokespersons for the program. Earlier this year, Brea released her song Honey to radio and has followed it up with With You Whiskey which is already attracting airplay on Country radio.