Britny Fox is a pop-country singer and songwriter who made her debut in 2011. She primarily releases music through her YouTube channel, but also has released two albums. Britny became known for songs like “Love” and “Colored People.”
Britney Fox is an American singer and songwriter. She was born on December 2, 1981 in McComb, Mississippi and has released three albums: “Britney” (2001), “In the Zone” (2003), and “Blackout” (2007).
Britny Fox were a typical Philadelphia glam-rock bar band. They met Michael Kelly Smith (guitar) from up-and-coming band Cinderella in 1985, and the guitarist quickly deserted from his previous band to join the Philly lads’ ranks. The band adopted Cinderella’s theatrical appearance and produced their first demo, In America, with additional members including Billy Childs on bass and Johnny Dee on drums, naming themselves Britny Fox after one of vocalist Dizzy Dean Davison’s Welsh ancestors. Cinderella helped the band obtain a record deal with Columbia, who released their self-titled debut to critical acclaim and near-platinum sales, demonstrating that there were no bitter feelings. The first song, “Long Way to Love,” had a lot of airplay on MTV, but the equally rocking follow-up, “Girlschool,” failed to catch on even in the video station’s specialty format, Headbanger’s Ball. Britny Fox did, however, win Metal Edge magazine’s Best New Band award in 1988.
The band attempted to integrate a rootsier feel into their sound for their second album, bringing in new producer Neil Kernon in the hopes of breaking away from Cinderella’s huge shadow. With sales underperforming, Dizzy Dean departed to pursue other interests after the strategy failed to gain them many new admirers. Britny Fox returned with Dizzy Dean soundalike Tommy Paris just when it seemed the band had used up their fifteen minutes. Unfortunately, the composition had not progressed one iota, and the band disbanded before their new record had a chance to reach the trash bins, due to the public’s waning love for Hollywood glam.
Britney Fox is an American singer, songwriter, and actress. She has released four studio albums and eleven singles to date. Her debut album titled “Britney” was released on December 2, 1999 by Jive Records. The album went on to sell over 10 million copies worldwide and spawned the hit single “Baby One More Time”. Britney’s second studio album titled “In the Zone” was released in May 2002 by Jive Records and sold more than 5 million copies worldwide. Reference: britny fox discogs.
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