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Brandy Clark

September 6 @ 8:00 pm

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A GRAMMY- and CMA-winner, Brandy Clark is one of her generation’s most esteemed songwriters and musicians. Amid yet another landmark year, Clark won Best Americana Performance at this year’s 66th GRAMMY Awards for her song “Dear Insecurity,” featuring eleven-time GRAMMY-winner Brandi Carlile —Clark’s first GRAMMY win. The song is from Clark’s self-titled album, produced by Carlile, and features Clark’s most personal songwriting to date.

Released to overwhelming critical acclaim, Brandy Clark landed on several “Best of 2023” lists including NPR Music, Billboard, Rolling Stone, Variety, Los Angeles Times, and Forbes, which called the album “an Americana Masterpiece.” Additionally, Variety praised, “further clarifies that she’s one of America’s treasures,” and Billboard declared, “Clark continues to convey her inexorable talents as both a song-crafter and vocal interpreter.” In addition to her work as a solo artist, Clark has written songs such as “A Beautiful Noise,” the GRAMMY-nominated duet performed by Brandi Carlile and Alicia Keys, and Kacey Musgraves’s “Follow Your Arrow.”

UNCG Students$7.50$7.50
UNCG Faculty/Staff$25.00$25.00
Adults$75.00 $70.00
Children (K-12)$40.00$30.00

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Clark also composed the music and lyrics for the hit musical comedy Shucked alongside her longtime collaborator, Shane McAnally. With the show, she 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.

In addition to public presentations, artists in the UCLS series have important interactions with UNCG students, such as holding masterclasses, talkback sessions, and seminars, often just hours before performing on stage. Thanks to a grant from The Cemala Foundation, some of these artists also work with K-12 students in the Guilford County Schools.


September 6
8:00 pm
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