Brooke McBride is a "no fluff," "no filler" singer/songwriter that prides herself in just being downright real.
The North Carolina native is defined by her raw, sultry and smoky vocals as her signature; her rockin’ live performance is “country music at its best with a razor edge.” Brooke made the move to Nashville, Tennessee in January 2013. She studied at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington and transferred to Belmont University (Nashville, TN) where she earned her B.B.A. in Music Business and graduated Cum Laude. Her keen knowledge and understanding of the music business led her to launch her independent label, Like Bam Records, to become a full-time musician and recording artist. Brooke wrote, recorded and co-produced a 10-song project (SO MUCH TO SAY) during her senior year in high school; she followed with the release of her debut EP, aptly titled SONGS ABOUT CAROLINA, in 2014.
From Massachusetts to Montana, the young entertainer and road warrior has toured across the country performing an average of 100 dates per year. Brooke’s talents were recognized early in her career by the entertainment industry and television producers. She was acknowledged as a Carolina Music Award nominee for “Best Female Country Artist” (2013), a featured extra on the hit ABC Television series Nashville, and she made an appearance in the promotional commercial created for the 2013 CMA Awards (Nashville). In 2016, Brooke released the single, "Can't Get Away" -- a song that addresses and identifies the differences and similarities between the demons and obstacles presented on and off the road.
In 2019, she signed a single song publishing deal with Banner Music (Nashville) for her single, “Heartbreak Hall of Fame,” and released her latest project, a six song EP entitled, “Coming Clean.” She has been featured on Today in Nashville, The Ty Bentli Show, WSM Radio (Home of the Grand Ole Opry), and many other news and radio shows across the US. What does 2020 have in store for Brooke? Another year full of touring to promote her latest project, and as she puts it, “trying to connect with as many people as possible to make a difference through music.”