- A look at Lacey Brown
From: Amarillo, Texas
Until she was 15 years old, Brown was painfully shy. She said
she did not have a single friend and that she used to write letters
to her parents so that she did not have to talk with them.
During her sophomore year of high school, Brown said she one day
decided she was no longer going to be shy. Soon after, she sang in
front of her parents’ 900-person congregation at their Victory
Church in Amarillo to overcome her fear of speaking in public.
Though she is known for her short, pixie haircut, Brown had
long, curly hair until Valentine’s Day her junior year of high
She said she was the only person she knew without a date, and
she said she thought her wild mane of hair was holding her back.
She went and got her hair cut and said she was asked out the next
Brown’s favorite thing to eat is spicy foods.
“If someone hands me grilled chicken, I look at it and tend to
wonder where all the sauce is,” she said. “I love it when the heat
from the spices just hits you.”
On a typical morning, Brown will wake up and immediately begin
Her favorite song that she has written is called “Boy” and is
dedicated to her grandmother, who was from Ireland and used to sing
folk songs to Brown when she was a child.
Brown is a bargain shopper. When she is not touring, she said
she likes to shop at thrift stores for her clothes.
- Lacey Brown
Don’t be scared to show off your talents. Have no fear.
Posted: Saturday, September 24, 2011 2:14 pm
Updated: 7:33 am, Mon Sep 26, 2011.
It is not her three-inch, flaming red heels nor her crimson
pixie-style haircut that makes Lacey Brown stand out.
Rather, it is her piercing lime-green eyes and her sweet,
Southern twang that seems to catch everyone’s attention.
Or, use your
Saturday, September 24, 2011 2:14 pm.
Updated: 7:33 am.