After Brennley had spent a few years visiting Nashville on a monthly basis, something happened that changed everything. Nationally televised singing competition ‘The Voice’ lowered their age restrictions, allowing teens as young as fourteen to audition. Although initially trepidatious, Brennley tried out and flourished in the competition. “I made it to the top five in the finals,” Brennley recalls, “I was the youngest highest charting artist in the history of the show. It helped shaped me into the artist I am today and was a valued stepping stone in my journey. " She has also had the privilege of working with top Networks like Nickelodeon, Disney, and DreamWorks. Brennley is currently a core lead on a new Netflix TV series “Dragons Rescue Riders” from the highly acclaimed “How To Train Your Dragon” franchise.
Her debut single ‘Keeping Coming Back’ showcases the voice that an audience of millions learned to love; a musical style that echoes vintage country, but never feels bound by it; and a degree of lyrical prowess that marks Brown out as ready for the Billboard.