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About Brooke


Brooke on the red carpet at

The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.

Brooke Michelle is an award-winning singer, songwriter, and actress. She has won numerous awards and was named "Best Female Pop Artist of the Year", "Best New Teen Artist of the Year", and "Best Songwriter" (partial list) at the Indie Music Channel Awards in Hollywood, CA. Her single, "Homesick", was awarded "Best Easy Listening Song" in the Songwriter category at the IMA awards. 

Brooke has performed as a solo artist at some of the most popular venues in the country, including The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles, Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville in Nashville, House of Blues, Warehouse Live, Rockefeller's, White Oak Music Hall, and many more. She has also been interviewed and performed live on network television and radio shows such as "Great Day Houston with Deborah Duncan" and "The Roula and Ryan Show" on 104.1 KRBE.
Brooke is especially sought after to perform her unique rendition of the
National Anthem and has performed for the Houston Dynamos, Rice University, and Texas A&M University. It is one of her favorite songs to perform and her unique performance is always regarded as an amazing celebration for the crowd.

She enjoys performing at music festivals across the country and consistently lends her time, and her voice, in support of charitable causes and community outreach efforts, such as the American Cancer Society, Arts for Autism, Texas Children's Hospital, National Charity League, SEARCH for the Homeless, and more.
Brooke's love for the arts extends to the theatre as she used to be a part of TUTS Humphreys School of Musical Theater. She has had several lead roles, from school musicals, to the ensemble cast of "Rent" at The Grand Opera House at age eleven. More recently, Brooke played Eliza Hamilton in a junior version of the hit Broadway musical "Hamilton", performed on site at the
Gershwin Theatre in New York City.

Brooke's commercial acting credits include a supporting role in the film "Save Rosemary Too", and lead roles in several short films including "Date Wars" and "Bunny (The Lost Girl)", and an advertising campaign for Sonic Drive In. She was named "Best Actress" at the New York Film Awards, and "Best Actress in an Indie Film" at Top Shorts Film Festival.

Brooke also plays several instruments, including the guitar, piano and ukulele. She has been teaching voice and beginning guitar lessons since she was 15 years old. 

Brooke performing on stage at the Clive Davis Theatre at

The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles.

"Brooke is not only an incredibly talented singer, but she is, equally, a naturally talented actress, with an amazing gift of timing and emotion for such a young person.  She is a true star in every facet."

- Christopher Ewing, Director/Producer and longtime "Blue Ribbon" judge for the

National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences "Daytime Emmy Awards" 

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