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"Britt Connors presents tremendous depth on her CD 'Warmer Season.'  She draws you in with folky charm and then sucker punches you with her amazing pipes!"  
~ Joltin' Joe Pszonek, Radio Nowhere 90.3 Montclair, NJ

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Short Bio

Singer/Songwriter Britt Connors blends blues, folk, and country with jazz voicings and pop sensibilities. For Britt's latest album "Warmer Season" she put together her talented band, Bourbon Renewal, made up of some of Boston's finest musicians. The recording includes clapping, foot-stomping, a horn section, and even some whistling, creating its own sub-category of Americana they've deemed "Y'all-Ternative" music. Her acclaimed debut album "The Bad Side of Good" (recorded under her maiden name Britt "Sawdon") presents insightful lyrics and captivating melodic tunes, many of which she now performs with refreshed Bourbon Renewal arrangements. For the past decade, Britt has been honing her craft as a songwriter while building a loyal following and performing at some of the top venues in the Boston area, including Club Passim, The Bull Run, Johnny D's, Toad and Atwood's in Cambridge, plus venues throughout New England and as far as Rockwood Music Hall in NYC.

Bourbon Renewal is Britt's working band, a tight ensemble well-steeped in a wide range of American music.  Members are some of Boston's most in-demand musicians: 
John Funkhouser on keys, 
Greg Loughman/Ed Lucie on bass,
Andrew Stern on lead guitars, and 
Mike Connors on percussion.
Britt also performs her music solo and in various duo and trio settings for more intimate venues.

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Noteworthy Notes:

*  "Warmer Season" debuted at #20 on the Folk DJ Charts in August 2014
*  Hear Britt in an interview with Joltin' Joe of Radio Nowhere in Montclair, NJ from August 2014
*  92.5 WXRV (The River) has featured Britt Connors and her song "Warmer Season" in its "Homegrown Showcase"
* Britt and Bourbon Renewal played live on Emerson College's renowned 88.9 WERS for "Wicked Local Wednesday's" Sept 2015 and Aug 2016
* "Warmer Season" was featured as Free Download of the Week on Portland, Maine's 98.9 WCLZ in advance of a live Studio Z performance which can be heard HERE from November 3, 2015
* Britt and Bourbon Renewal were featured as the "Daily Feature" on NYC Blog "Showspark" - see HERE
* Britt was featured in the blog "Everything Sundry" by the promoter, Kathy Sands-Boehmer of the Me and Thee Coffeehouse - read the Q&A HERE
* Britt opened for/shared the stage at the Me and Thee Coffeehouse in Marblehead, MA with Griffin House April 2016
* Tracks from "Warmer Season" are frequently featured on "The Cheap Seats" of Cape Cod's station The Ocean 104.7
* Conversation and performance on Boston podcast "Above the Basement" HERE  August 2016
 
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See Britt Live...

Britt Connors and Bourbon Renewal at Blue!

Blue, 650A Congress St, Portland, ME

Back in Portland, Maine at our favorite little venue... we've been having so much fun with the gracious Portland fans - looking forward to seeing you out there! As always, no cover- we play for your generous donations. 8pm Britt and Bourbon Renewal, and then stick around for 10pm John Funkhouser Quartet! https://portcityblue.com/

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Press Reviews

" 'The Bad Side of Good' is an astonishingly strong debut. Her pitch perfect voice and smartly written songs show amazing versatility in a broad range of styles. [Sawdon] evokes a young Patty Larkin in her vocal quality and is blessed with a similar eclectic style. With top-notch production by Warren Amerman at Rotary Records, the album is extremely polished and well rounded."       
-Nate Dow
Boston Herald music critic 

Click on the link below to see the expanded version of the review that appeared in the Boston Herald on Sept. 1, 2010.
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