"DREAMWORKS" AND "THE VOICE" STAR BRENNLEY BROWN MESMERIZES WITH BREATHTAKING NEW SINGLE "ONE MORE HALLELUJAH"-Full EP  Releases in Spring 2020. 

No stranger to performing, the recently turned 18-year-old California native's career starting at age 8.


"Having a strong faith, along with my deep country and gospel roots, I felt this song would combine those things together so perfectly. But, most importantly, I hope and pray that the true message of this song resonates with each person that hears it. I never want anyone to feel isolated in their brokenness or pain. We all have moments when we desperately need to hear that still, small voice whisper to us, 'it's going to be ok.' It's a peace that passes all understanding. It's that 'One More Hallelujah.'"

"The moment I heard 'One More Hallelujah,' I immediately connected with it and knew it was a message that needed to be heard," Brown told Wide Open Country.

No stranger to performing, the recently turned 18-year-old California native's career started at age 8. Brown sang the national anthem at the U.S. Open three times before the age of twelve. After playing shows around Los Angeles and flying to Nashville on a monthly basis, Brown took a leap and auditioned for season 12 of NBC's The Voice. She quickly became a fan favorite and the youngest, highest-charting contestant in the show's history.

Since then, Brown has opened shows for Tim McGraw, Chase Rice, Jake Owen, Dustin Lynch and many others. She currently voices the lead role of Leyla in the new animated DreamWorks TV series Dragons: Rescue Riders - streaming now on Netflix - where she sings the theme song and several other songs for the show.  Brown premiered her debut single "Keep Coming Back" with Billboard in October 2019 and is releasing her debut EP, also produced by Wooten, April 17th, 2020.