Critically acclaimed for her “clarion voice” by the Associated Press and songs that are “destined for high rotation”, Brooke Moriber’s debut Nashville album Cry Like A Girl is almost here!
“I feel like my biggest accomplishment has been making the transition from being cast as the New York native with a “big voice” to that of a respected writer who other well-known writers want to work with. I feel like I have made a second home for myself in Nashville and I am so incredibly grateful for the opportunities that have come from that”.
The result of these efforts is the album, “Cry Like A Girl” with legendary producer Fred Mollin at the helm, and featured tracks mixed by 5 time Grammy winner Chris Lord-Alge.
“I named the album after one of the lead tracks because the message of that particular song embodies the collection as a whole. Itʼs a statement about the strength that comes with embracing your emotions and allowing yourself to heal and grow.”
Combining the vocal echoes of Linda Ronstadt, Celine Dion, Carrie Underwood, and Lady Gaga, with the lyrical honesty of Billy Joel, Sara Bareilles, and Rachel Platten, Cry Like A Girl represents the best of modern pop music with the emotional connection and pyrotechnic vocals for which Brooke has become known.
The album’s lead focus track, also entitled “Cry Like a Girl,” is available everywhere through The Orchard/Sony with the album soon to follow.
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WHAT THEY ARE SAYING
“‘Cry Like A Girl’ is a high-powered country-infused track with an empowering message. Moriber makes a compelling case for sharing raw emotion with strong vocals and a spot-on delivery.” — Parade Magazine
“a clarion voice” — Associated Press
"This is as fine as it gets with big league pop" — Skope Magazine
"Immense vocal range". "The sheer allure of Moriber’s vocals elicits comparisons to Kelly Clarkson, Avril Lavigne, and Carrie Underwood." — NeuFutur
"This is music intended to stand and last” —Bandblurb
“Noted for her powerful voice, Ms. Moriber’s sound is pop-y yet haunting. Her songs blend the dramatic strength of Evanescence with the upbeat pop of Katy Perry” — Examiner
“Moriber’s songwriting deserves praises for maintaining focus while peppering the song with a handful of thrilling crescendos that will invigorate all but the most cynical of music fans." — Gashouse Radio
“While her pipes are impressive, she never overwhelms the marriage of voice and music. Astonishing voice and spot-on instrumentation” — indiemusicreviews
"Sensational". "Dangerously attractive" — New York Times