Member of Triple Run (Vocals/Acoustic Guitar/Mandolin).

Singer, songwriter, rhythm guitarist, second-degree blackbelt; Brittany Taylor pulled up her East Kentucky roots at 17 and moved to Nashville. A graduate of MTSU with a degree in Recording Industry Management, Brittany began performing on the Kentucky Opry at the age of 7, where she grew up near US Route 23, the same infamous coal mining backwoods that produced such country music legends as Loretta Lynn, The Judds, Keith Whitley, Tom T. Hall, Patty Loveless, Dwight Yoakam, and Ricky Skaggs.

Brittany was playing shows with Eric Knutson, who eventually brought Matt Singleton into the mix, and the Triple Run sound was born.