Brit Drozda is a dynamic Folk-Rock, singer-songwriter and recording artist based in Charlotte, N.C. For more than 15 years she's been writing music and performed live all over the U.S. with original material and as a lead singer in a Pop Rock band called "The Prices". Influenced by female singer-songwriters like Brandi Carlile, Patty Griffin, and Norah Jones, Brit brings a soulful voice and poetic lyrics to her listeners. After a brief hiatus from performing, Brit returned to the music scene in 2016 with her album Let Me Hang the Moon- a passion project that sparked the flame to Brit’s professional pursuit as an indie artist.
In March 2018, Brit released her latest five-track EP, You Can’t Take It With You When You Go. This collection of songs presents catchy, upbeat, rock anthems accompanied by dreamy ballads with nods to Folk and Americana through strings and slide guitar. In these songs, Brit finds a powerful, uplifting voice. Her title track offers reminders to hold on to the important treasures in life that aren’t necessarily “things” but the people and the emotions that connect us to one another. On this EP, Brit’s voice shines with a depth and intensity that demonstrates the growth of an inspired songwriter and seasoned performer. Through You Can’t Take it With You When You Go and her continued motivation to write and record music, Brit journeys on and encourages her listeners to join her wherever life’s inspiration may lead.