by Tom Lanham Brittany Shane splits SF for Austin: It’s a good lesson in life: You can’t take things for granted. Like regular Bay Area concerts from local folk-rock darling Brittany Shane, whom you could always catch somewhere around these parts every other month or so. No longer. She’s split the scene for good. She made a clean break, […]
Rockin’ around the U.S. Who: Brittany Shane When and where: 5-8 p.m. tonight at Burke & Riley’s and 8-10 p.m. Saturday at Blue River Bistro, Breckenridge Where’d the name come from? Brittany Shane is my name, and I’m the singer-songwriter (I say this line like I’m in an old Western movie, squinting my eyes from […]
San Francisco-based Brittany Shane has been quite the transient being as of late, logging time on the road since last November supporting her newest disc Have Heart Live Young. The singer-songwriter has been hard at work for more than a decade honing her distinctive, plainspoken and folksy tunes, and will be rolling through Flag Brew, […]
By Darryl Smyers in Gig Alert Out on her very first nationwide tour, San Francisco’s Brittany Shane is innocence personified–and her recently released third effort, Have Heart Live Young, is as optimistic and peppy a collection of folk pop as one is ever likely to hear. But Shane’s music is only part of the story: […]
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by Tom Lanham Special to The Examiner Anyone who has met local singer-songwriter Brittany Shane will probably agree: The bright-eyed bohemian is so perpetually cheerful and optimistic, she could shame Pollyanna.
There are hundreds of booths offering food, wine and crafts, there are kid attractions like a petting zoo, pony rides and a bounce house, but what really sets this fair apart is the music lineup. Two stages feature, among other acts, Brittany Shane, Tommy Castro, the Unauthorized Rolling Stones and Shana Morrison, and at 10 […]