Here We Go Again

“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

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.


By Brittany Shane

When we made a plan and I said I was in
Didn’t think I’d be doing this again
Got all dressed up in some nice clothes
Leather jacket and powdered my nose

Here I go again
Here I go again
C’mon something

You were charming, tall with brown eyes
Said all the right things and bought the wine
You kissed me on the lips and I felt it
I knew you were the one yeah this was it

Here we go again
Here we go again
This is something

Here we go again
Here we go again
This is something

Made me wonder if love was amused
How many times it took to find you
Made me wonder if love was right
When you give up it happens, right?

Now we’re all grown up and have a little one
I still find myself falling for you again
Butterflies, firecracker, you know it too
Couldn’t sell this stuff cause it’s too good to be true

Here goes love again
Here love goes again
When I see you friend

Here love goes again
Here love goes again
When I see you friend

*Lyrics and music by: Brittany Shane