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About Brittany

Vocalist, songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist Brittany Rogers is inspired by her desire to empower people through the various roles she assumes through music. Rogers has always sought to understand the language of music. She began as her own vocal coach; initially teary-eyed and discouraged as she watched replays of her practice sessions. She used her back-to-school money to buy her first guitar and then taught herself to play. In 2016 — to buy her ticket home — she busked the lively streets of Thailand. Halfway through a math degree, she pivoted to a bachelors in music production from Berklee College of Music, and Audio Engineering at Blackbird Academy. She now produces and performs music in and around the Nashville area.

Brittany Rogers

Original Music
Written | Produced | Mixed | Mastered
by Brittany Rogers

Few States Away

Written, Mixed, Mastered, Performed

by Brittany Rogers

Arturia hired Brittany Rogers to perform an original acoustic song to showcase the abilities of their newest interface, the MiniFuse. 

In My Dreams

Written, Mixed, Mastered, Produced, Performed

by Brittany Rogers

Written originally for Arturia's MiniFuse showcase, Brittany Rogers transformed this original song into a dance routine with Seattle dancer, Ariel Vardy. Through one month of practice, 5am-8am every morning, they wrote the choreography and performed this sequence for In My Dreams the music video. 

Linger On (Avery's Song)

Written, Mixed, Mastered, Produced, Performed,

by Brittany Rogers. Co-produced by Josh Wildhorn.

This song is dedicated to the memory of Avery Taylor.

Part Of Me - Brittany Rogers

Written, Mixed, Mastered, Produced, Performed, and Written

by Brittany Rogers. Co-mixed/produced by Phil & Kevin Melton. Music Video by Kyle Olthoff. 

That Girl - Brittany Rogers, Jeannie Rak

Please enjoy this Justin Timberlake cover, performed by Seattle artists Jeannie Rak and Brittany Rogers! Mix, Mastered, and Produced by Brittany Rogers.

Victor Wooten

“There is only one reason that you ever fail at anything... and that is because you eventually change your mind. That's it! Anything and everything you have ever decided to do, you have succeeded, or will succeed, at doing.”

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November 7th, 2022, Jazz Alley, backup vocals for Victor Wooten

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Nashville, TN, USA

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