Label: HRM / Bodog
Pop Rock from Vancouver BC
Britt Black's rock education began early sharpening her chops playing everything from Grade 7 grads, punk shows, skate parks, ice cream parlors then scoring opening slots for Bif Naked, Goldfinger, Simple Plan, Sevendust, Treble Charger, Gob, Matthew Good, then Rock Festivals from coast to coast.
Now, at 20 years of age, Britt Black already has more songwriting, recording and touring experience than most musicians twice her age. Britt began her career at 10 years of age co-writing a track "Violence" on a major label release "I Bificus". At 13 she was the founding member and key writer for the teen girl rock band "LiveonRelease" and enjoyed 4 high rotation videos off of 2 albums including "Let's Go" and "I'm Afraid of Britney Spears" which appeared in the movie "Dude Where's My Car".
At 18, Britt moved to touring as lead guitarist for Lava/Atlantic recording Artist Bif Naked before assembling her own band and recording the Britt Black album. Produced by Todd Kerns and Peter Karroll at Her Royal Majesty's Studios and Greenhouse Studios in Vancouver, the lyrics are angry, the guitars and drums are aggressive & nothing is tuned down to drop "D", straight ahead raw - aka Stone Temple, Velvet Revolver, The Ramones.
Bringing with her a history of writing hit songs made for Much Music and MTV, a full blown rock show and a young aggressive balls to the wall attitude the album entitled "Blackout" out now.