“Nothing you’ve tried
made you whole with this world,
So maybe it’s time that you cried,
Cry like a girl”
– Brooke Moriber
Singer-songwriter Brooke Moriber has come a long way from her Broadway roots, an evolution that has led her from New York City to Nashville and well beyond. Brooke began her music career at the young age of 8, landing the role of Cosette in Les Misérables. That gig was a springboard to various acting roles on stage and screen, as well as the spark that lit the flame of her artistry.
Inspired by the likes of Linda Ronstadt and Billy Joel, Brooke has received critical acclaim for her “clarion voice” by the Associated Press and “music intended to stand and last” by Bandblurb. Her powerhouse vocal style has opened doors to support artists such as Cindy Lauper and The Gin Blossoms, as well as performance opportunities singing the national anthem for her hometown Knicks. Multiple songs from Brooke’s debut release Cry Like A Girl were featured on Spotify’s “New Music Nashville” playlist as well.
With these early accolades in her back pocket, Brooke Moriber is poised and ready for the road ahead, humbly and ambitiously following a path of earnest self-expression.