Growing up a pastor’s kid, it was at the age of three when Bri Fletcher found her passion for music. By the age of five she was performing and another five years later she had written her first song. For Bri, songwriting is a form of therapy and her latest single is about just that. Entitled “Therapy” the song touches on acting as everyone’s therapist but needing one of her own. The pop-country infused track was written by Fletcher, Wes Strunk and Nate Alan.
Wanting to make a difference for students who experience bullying, Bri started the teen guidance foundation, Debully. In the past year, Bri has shared her music with more than 150,000 students with the hope to empower students to know their value and worth.
Within the year, Bri hopes to release a new EP and perform at more venues in Nashville. You can find Bri on social media at @BriFletcher and on Spotify here.