Brenda Cay

No one is more surprised about her new career path as a songwriter and  singer than Brenda Cay.  Growing up on the eastern shore of Maryland and forging a business path as a CPA after receiving her degree in business with a concentration in accounting, Brenda Cay has established herself as a reputable songwriter in Music City, USA.  


Brenda’s music is a blend of Country and Coastal Americana. Her songs are woven with subtle hints of Pop, Rock and R&B which reflects her influences from artists Kenny Chesney, Terri Clark and Sara Evans.  Escaping the stresses of daily life and having fun are common themes in her lyrics and melodies. Her songs are relatable,  diverse and are woven like a true country music storyteller. Country artist Steven John Simon credits Brenda with helping to launch his career with her song 'Tongue Tied'.  "The single was pitched to my label and I fell in love with the lyrics, tempo and the overall positive vibe.  My single debuted on the Chart at #68 and the corresponding video has had over 150K views.  Brenda is a solid songwriter and artists should take her pitches seriously,”  remarked Steven John Simon.


Brenda is preparing to release her new EP which was primarily recorded in Nashville. Her hope is that her listeners will get to know her through her songs and continue to support her journey as a writer and artist. In 2019 Brenda was nominated for Song of the Year at the Josie Awards for her single 'Joe' in the Americana/Bluegrass category along with charting on several internet music charts.


Brenda is ready to serve up her fun, quirky and brave songs to the world and will be working with several artists and bands on their song material in 2020. Her new single "1-2-3-Floor" released on February 21, 2020 is featured on Apple Music Hot Tracks (Country). The single was also licensed by Spotify and  a private label.  Following her success with '1-2-3-Floor'  Brenda releases 'Unplug & Recharge' and her single was licensed by spotify, rhapsody and private label.  Her latest single "I Fish"  was written with special purpose. 

Growing  up on the eastern shore of Maryland with her brothers,  a lot of time around the water. Five years ago, one of her younger brothers was killed in a tragic motorcycle accident. Even now,  Brenda finds  little things that trigger a painful reminder that he's not here.   Although water  can provide a  sense of serenity and freedom,  it  also brings back memories shared with her late brother.   Although  it can be  difficult to relive the memories shared with a lost loved one, others find it healing. That's why the song 'I Fish' is so important to  Brenda,  as she feels it gives her a chance to connect with others who have lost someone they love.

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