After an unplanned hiatus due to COVID-19 cut short her touring schedule and scrapped her planned third appearance at the Pearl Theater in Bonners Ferry, Brittany Jean will return to both the stage and to North Idaho October 31, when she’ll perform at 7 p.m. at the Panida Theater.
Originally from West Chicago, Brittany Jean lives in the tiny apple town of Brewster, Washington. Brittany’s style is rooted in the folk and Americana music she has loved all her life, and in one way or another, every slice-of-life song she brings with her is a love song.
During the past few years, Brittany’s performances have ventured farther and farther from home — opening for Three Dog Night’s sold out show at the City Winery in New York City, playing the legendary Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, performing at the Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas, taking on her first international tour on Vancouver Island, British Columbia … to name a few adventures!
Brittany has released four full-length albums, all recorded in Nashville: Whispered Stories, Leavin’ Home, Wander With Me and her latest released this fall, All The Love, featuring eight originals and covers of four of her favorite songs.
Brittany hasn’t had a chance to tour with this album as of yet; however, one of the songs, “The Mirror Go Machine,” was a finalist in the 2020 International Acoustic Music Awards!
To learn more about Brittany Jean and to hear and buy her music, visit bjeanmusic.com. You can also hear her music on KVT Radio.
Those at the Panida show will be the first to see her perform her newest songs on stage.
Tickets for her concert on Halloween are $15 for adults and $10 for those 18 and under, available online here.