Newest pop musician, Brittney Grabill, has used her recent trials and tribulations as catalysts to pursue her love of singing and writing music. She underwent an invasive surgery for scoliosis when she was just a child, and found her solace in music, and began using it as a tool to give back to a cause and hospital that are near and dear to her heart. She performs for children at a local Edmonton hospital in her homeland of Canada. Suffice it to say, Grabill is a bit advocate for children's health, and spends her free time lighting up their life in the most positive way. Also, Grabill performs at the World Financial Group Hockey Classic, a fundraiser for the Stollery Children's Hospital and for her first CD release, she conducted a silent auction for the Stollery and World Financial Group matched every dollar she raised.
Brittney is sharing her love of music and advocating for children's health with her edgy new single, "I Try", featuring Grabill's sultry vocals, oozing with girl-power. Relating to the single and music video, Grabill states to AXS that "debuting myself as a pop artist in this video is a transition from my folk full band sound in my last two albums. This video is so far out of my comfort zone, dancing for the first time and embracing a sexier look, which is my first music video I’ve released since entering my 20’s. I took this opportunity on because of the incredible support from my friend/choreographer Carley Cofield and cinematographer Isaiah Taylor. They had the patience to take this on with me and have always encouraged me to push myself more than I thought I was capable of.“