Birthday Parties and Weddings

“Brittany Shane has a trademark style all her own. Her voice will lift you up and carry to to a place of relaxation and joy. Always enjoy listening to her!”

Brenda Hardy
Tasting Room Manager
Singing Water Vineyards

“Along with being musically talented, Brittany Shane is both professional and wonderful to work with! We love having her play at Becker Vineyards!”

Nichole Bendele, PR & Winery
Tasting Room Coordinator
Becker Vineyards.


Phone: (415) 812-0952


Brittany can sing all covers or all originals or a combination of both. She can take cover requests, just send before event.


Sample of originals

Brittany Shane Bio

Right out of the gate as a college student in Wisconsin, Brittany Shane was grabbing rave reviews left and right, including “Best Female Vocalist” honors from Maximum Ink Magazine and Wisconsin State Journal. After two well received albums released under her maiden name (Safranek), the Americana singer-songwriter pawned a guitar to make the move to San Francisco and quickly became a staple at the Fillmore while sharing the stage with the likes of Aimee Mann, Chris Isaak, Travis, Heart, Peter Frampton and Liz Phair. After another album which would land on the San Francisco Chronicle’s Top 20 List for the year, Shane found success beyond the stage, her songs receiving placements in film, television and commercials, including Hyundai, Oxygen, PBS, A&E and more.

Having fallen in love with Austin while on tour, Shane’s next move brought her to the Lone Star state where she discovered legendary guitar virtuoso Scrappy Jud Newcomb (Ian McLagan, Stephen Bruton, John Dee Graham) at the Continental Club. The two joined forces on Shane’s 5th studio album, Loud Nights on a Short String. Since then, Shane has become a mother and launched My Music Day, a program that teaches preschool age children music skills. And yet she still found time to release 2018’s self titled album, which was recorded at Resonate (Nada Surf, The New Pornographers) in Austin and mastered by Alex Lyon at The Bubble (Gary Clark Jr, The Dandy Warhols, Jet). The album was co-produced by longtime friend Jeff Byrd (Spoon, Explosions in the Sky, Iron and Wine) and Shane herself and featured an impressive studio ensemble, including Brad Rice on lead guitar (Son Volt, Ray Wylie Hubbard, Keith Urban) and Michael Tarabay on bass (Pat Green, Chris Cage, Bodeans).

While her past albums have mainly dealt with the themes of love, loss and strength, Shane’s sixth full length features a new major inspiration- her young son Oliver. “Where’s The Moon?” simmers with honeyed visions of childhood innocence and “Texas Boy” is a smile-inducing lullaby, brimming with love for a child and an adopted home state. Shane’s sweet and clear melodies shine throughout a collection of songs that begs to be heard through headphones. Look for her new album due on early 2021.

Brittany Shane Sample Of Cover Songs (and happy to learn new songs for your wedding!)

Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Israel Kamakawiwoʻole
Going To The Chapel – Dixie Cups
Love Somebody Like You – Keith Urban
Small Town Saturday Night – Hal Ketchum
Blame It On Your Heart – Patty Loveless
These Boots Are Made For Walking – Nancy Sinatra
It’s So Easy To Fall In Love – Linda Rondstadt
Different Drum – Linda Rondstadt
When Will I Be Loved – Linda Rondstadt / Everyly Brothers
It’s So Easy (To Fall In Love) – Linda Rondstadt
Ring Of Fire – Johnny Cash
Queen Of Hearts – Juice Newton
We Can Work It Out – Beatles
I’m Looking Thru You – Beatles
I Saw Her Standing There – The Beatles
Take Good Care Of My Baby – The Beatles
Hide Your Love Away – Beatles
Is Anybody Going To San Antone – Charlie Pride
Manic Monday – The Bangles
Bye Bye Love – Everly Brothers
Back In Baby’s Arms – Patsy Cline
Stuck In The Middle With You – Steelers Wheel
Bad Moon Rising – CCR
Walking Shoes – Tanya Tucker
It Won’t Be Me – Tanya Tucker
I Love A Rainy Night – Eddie Rabbitt
Dreams – Fleetwood Mac / Stevie Nicks
September Girls – Big Star
Sundown – Gordon Lightfoot
Everyday – Buddy Holly
Every Day Is A Winding Road – Sheryl Crow
Yer So Bad – Tom Petty
Last Dance With Mary Jane – Tom Petty
Wildflowers – Tom Petty
Passionate Kisses – Martina Mcbride
All You Ever Do Is Bring Me Down – The Mavericks
Right In Time – Lucinda Williams
Dance With Me – Orleans
You’re The One – Orleans
Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benetar
Lay Lady Lay – Bob Dylan
I’m On Fire – Bruce Springsteen
Time After Time – Cindy Lauper
Ice Cream – Sarah Mclachlan
Love Song – The Cure
Like The Weather – 10,000 Maniacs – Natalie Merchant
Johnny B Good – Chuck Berry
California Stars – Wilco And Billy Brag
5 O’Clock Somewhere – Jimmy Buffet
Two Weeks Late – Ashley Monroe
Check Yes or No – George Strait
Who Are You When I’m Not Looking – Blake Shelton
Knee Deep – Zack Brown Band
Everyday – Buddy Holly
Straight Tequila Night – John Anderson
Queen of Hearts – Juice Newton
You Look So Good in Love – George Strait
Write This Down – George Strait
Just to See You Smile – Tim McGraw
Ramblin Fever – Merle Haggard
Neon Moon – Brooks and Dunn