About Me Bio(from website www.brittanymcquinn.com)
She is nothing more than an eighteen-year-old girl who loves the Lord, and loves to sing. The mixing of these passions has led her to write over two-hundred songs about a life in the Lord in the most real sense that she can convey. Dealing with the battles that everyone experiences, she expresses the lessons she's learned through the ministry of music. Brittany started writing songs when she was just a kid, recording them on cassette tapes and singing only to her bedroom walls and closest friends. Playing by ear alone, she has learned to play her songs on piano, guitar, and whatever she can get her hands on. Over the past two years Brittany has been playing for audiences of hundreds and has enjoyed the responses she gets, and connections she makes from people who are struggling with something a song is about. Britt shoots to encourage her sisters and brothers in Christ to keep on in a life lived for Him, and display to those who don't know Him what a difference life with God has on one's perspective.
One listener describes Brittany and her music...
When I first met her and heard she was going to sing a song at our retreat, I didn't really expect a huge deal, just because I'm picky with my music. But when I heard her play, I watched everyone stand at attention- her voice was beautiful and her words were wonderful. As I listened more, my heart became more attracted to her... just listening to her words and seeing her heart for God showed something that is rare! You don't see it in a lot of musicians today- when they're up on stage, most hold their heads up and are proud of their accomplishment. But Britt on the other hand looks like she's only playing for an audience of One, and He is standing in the back. It is a thing of beauty and you can tell that when she writes her songs, her heart and soul are in it. She knows how to describe her experiences well, and she speaks and sings with only what God can give her. I haven't listened to a song of Brittany's where I haven't felt that God has had a hand in it.