Country singer/songwriter Brandy Clark reveals why country music is in her heart and describes why she believes it's important for an artist to maintain a focus on their dreams and aspirations. "I had definitely given up on making my own record … I thought that chance had passed me by and I was wrong," says Clark. "I'm proof that you've got to keep slugging it out." Clark is nominated for Best New Artist and Best Country Album for the 57th GRAMMY Awards.
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