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          2021 Ottawa's Faces Magazine  "Country Artist of The Year"

Brea Lawrenson is an Ottawa born Country artist who has been creating and sharing music since she was 13. In her teen years, Brea was a pop artist who dominated regional singing competitions in classical and broadway styles.  At 21, she switched her genre to Country, and never looked back. Today, she is an award-winning country singer and songwriter who records all of her music in Nashville. When she’s in Ottawa, the self-titled homebody enjoys connecting with her fan base on social media, and hosts her own 5 star rated, Podcast called ‘The Distillery’, where she shares stories from her times performing, writing and recording all over the world. Her audience reaches The Netherlands and Brazil, Canada and America. Last summer, 2023, Brea celebrated a career milestone and one of her wildest dreams–she shared the stage as an opener for Shania Twain at Ottawa Bluesfest. Watch for Brea on the new "StarKix" app and book a call!


Known for her extraordinary range and muscular vocals mixed with her classical training, releases have put her on the charts several times in the last eight years.  Her success is further punctuated with appearances at fairs and festivals (Ottawa Bluesfest, Boots & Hearts, Cavendish Beach Music Festival,  Havelock Country Jamboree and Kemptville Live Music Festival) where she has shared stages with many well established artists, opening for Meghan Patrick, Tom Cochrane,  Tebey,  The Washboard Union, The Road Hammers, Ronnie Prophet,  Brett Kissel and many more.  


2019 - Teaming up with Bill Miller at Sharp 9 Music and his award winning producers Pete Lesperance and Jeff Dalziel in 2019,  Brea continues to rack up some impressive feats while retaining her status as an independent artist.  With her continued success, she’s leading the charge for indie artists in Canadian Country Music today. 



2020 - Brea Releases New Single “Tennessee”

Sharp 9 Music is proud to announce the new single “Tennessee” by Brea, produced and mixed by Pete Lesperance! At the heart of “Tennessee” is Brea’s signature crystalline powerhouse voice supported by a dream team of musicians including Justin Kudding, Rob Wells, Jeff Dalziel and Pete Lesperance. With just one listen to the hook laden “Tennessee” it remains clear why Brea Lawrenson’s star continues to rise and that she is among the very best that Canadian Country music has to offer. 

2021 - Brea and husband, Atik welcome their bundle of amazing joy, baby Zaine! 

2022 - Continuing her songwriting and recording journey, Brea heads back to Nashville to record another pocket full of radio ready songs.... Releasing "Only The Whiskey" in July 2022 to Country radio and SiriusXM across North America.  This being one of her best vocal performed songs yet, lands on the TikTok charts as being named one of the most played songs on the platform!  Stay tuned for Brea's first Christmas release later this year!



 Brea's  #Brealieve CD released in May 2015 was written and produced in Nashville and Canada.  She was nominated for CMAO Rising Star, Female Artist of The Year, and Songwriter of the Year.   In July 2018 , she came back with another powerful album "DEMONS" featuring those signature crystalline vocals.   The album hits home with personal stories and feelings that range from self-doubt to triumphant self-confidence.   Brea’s small-venue solo acoustic show will mesmerize with her performance and sheer soulful vocals. 

Early Years

Growing up in a small eastern Ontario town, Brea realized at an early age, her love for music.  She engaged in vocal training at the age of 13 and has never looked back.  Winning first and second place awards at the Montreal Music Festival in Classical and Broadway  at the age of 15.  


Anti bullying Campaign -  RespectED Program for The Canadian Red Cross.

Brea and co-writer Braiden Turner wrote the song "Black and Purple" 

(on Brea's album "no regrets")  This song was adopted by The Canadian Red Cross and became the theme song for their RespectED Anti bullying Program. 

"The Black & Purple Campaign"

The two girls toured across Western Canada every September for 5 years. They performed and spoke,  spreading their anti-bullying message in many schools.  

They received a Red Cross Canada Citation for their work as Western Canadian Ambassadors of the Anti-bullying Campaign.



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