It's never easy trying to plant roots as a country singer in Boston, but Brittany Hill seems to be making a statement. Growing up with a passion for music, Britt participated in many choirs and theatre productions in and outside of high school, but her first love was always country music. In the winter of 2010 Britt placed second in the singing competition at IPOP (International Presentation of Performers). Accepted into the esteemed Berklee College of Music in the fall of 2011, Britt started to carve her path. She declared a dual major in Songwriting and Vocal Performance. In her sophomore year, 2012 she had the pleasure of working with Annie Clements, the bass player for the country band Sugarland who also attended Berklee. In fall of 2014 Britt interned for Blaster Records and Skyville Publishing. She was also awarded Limelight Magazine 2014 winner of Country Artist of the Year and recieved her degree in Professional Music from Berklee in May 2015. Britt currently teaches private voice lessons at The Music Box in Wrentham Ma and the Music Maker School in Acton Ma. She can be seen playing writers nights and shows around Boston and Massachusetts.