She is a songwriter. She is a musician. She is
a singer. Braiden Turner is a young and talented artist in the
middle of writing a story of her own. She has the rare gift of
musicianship, vocal-ease and songwriting abilities that make
her unique for her age.
Born into a musical family, Braiden demonstrated
her special musical gifts early in life. She began piano lessons
at the age of six, and continues her classical lessons today.
While her studies in piano gave her the skills
to play, it was her creative soul that inspired her to begin
songwriting. This year she joined forces with Breanne Lawrenson
to write songs for Breanne’s new CD – Ready to Fly.
One of their songs, Black and Purple has become the theme song
for the Canadian Red Cross’ anti-bullying campaign. The
national PSA will air September 2007.
Braiden’s assured, confident music and lyrics, come straight from
the teen world that she lives every day. Her themes of first loves, hard
times, tough breaks, peer pressures and even first cars….echo the
lives of her generation. Braiden’s music strikes the perfect balance
between attitude and innocence, which is what Braiden is all about.