Caroline Brooks
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Caroline Brooks

Los Angeles, California, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2006 | SELF

Los Angeles, California, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2006
Solo Pop Indie


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"Artist to Watch: Caroline Brooks"

"The first thing you may notice about Caroline Brooks is that she is fierce. The Tyler, Texas, native has piercing eyes and an attitude that dares you to challenge her. Brooks is slowly climbing the charts of the indie singer/songwriter scene, as her single “Parachute” rose to #16 on the iTunes singer/songwriter chart and was first featured in the trailer for the Kate Hudson film, A Little Bit of Heaven. Brooks recently released the heartwarming music video for “Parachute”, starring herself and former WWE star Shad Gaspard, in which the two embark on a journey that displays the song’s theme of strength and courage. I dare you to watch this video and not be moved.

Brooks’ lyrics remind me a bit of Sarah Bareilles, while her vocal abilities bring to mind Kelly Clarkson -- it doesn’t just roar, it thunders. I would not be surprised to see Brooks edge her way to the top of the charts in the very near future." - Young Hollywood

"Caroline Brooks Releases "Parachute", Austin Style exclusive"

"...Brooks' second single, Parachute, debuts on iTunes today. The music video for this highly anticipated release will drop tomorrow via YouTube. The track first gained recognition through its premiere in the movie trailer for A Little Bit of Heaven, starring Kate Hudson. The song is gritty, raw, and appeals to an inner darkness we all battle when pursuing a passion. An instant hit, Parachute is a must download purchase for your iTunes library.

The singer's previously released track, Tomorrow, Tonight, garnered heavy media attention through Entertainment Tonight and the Huffington Post. Brooks is conquering defeat and cultivating a following - this Texas Ex isn't going anywhere but through your speakers." - Examiner

"FAM Interview with Indie Pop Artist Caroline Brooks"

"If you haven’t heard the name Caroline Brooks yet, you will very soon." - FAM Digital

"Caroline Brooks on the Cover of IN Magazine - July/Aug '13"

Caroline Brooks is bursting onto the music scene as equal parts saint and sinner... She has reason to be optimistic that bigger and better things are coming. - IN Magazine - Danny Mogle

"Caroline Brooks Exclusive on Entertainment Tonight"

While Kate Hudsons A Little Bit of Heaven was a lot of bad movie, one excellent thing to come out of it was my introduction to Caroline Brooks, whose song, Parachute, was used in the movie trailer. Now Brooks is set to release her next smashing single and ETonline scored your exclusive world premiere of the sumptuous music video for Tomorrow, Tonight... And if you like what you hear (which you will), Tomorrow, Tonight hits iTunes on April 10! - Entertainment Tonight

"Paul Williams, ASCAP President gives Glowing Review for Caroline Brooks' EP"

She is really, really talented. I predict a very successful career. - Paul Williams, ASCAP President and award-winning songwriter - Paul Williams - ASCAP President & award-winning singer/songwriter

"Everyday Minerals - Fan Club Interview with Caroline Brooks"

If you aren’t familiar with Caroline yet, just you wait. I predict that she’s going to be huge! Her music is like a ray of sunshine, and her sweet and down-to-earth personality will definitely take her far.... I think big things are definitely coming her way! - Everyday Minerals - Carina Menzies

"All Things Girl: Meet Singer Caroline Brooks"

You may not recognize Caroline Brooks at this moment, but that’s about to change! - All Things Girl - Debra Smouse

"Runway Live: Singer Caroline Brooks Talks New Single & Fashion!"

Caroline Brooks is a name you may not be too familiar with now, but with a sound reminiscent of a female OneRepublic / edgier Sara Bareilles, this singer/songwriter is coming up fast in the music industry. With her new single, “Tomorrow, Tonight” out now on iTunes, along with the accompanying online video release, Brooks is on the rise to being a household name. - Runway Live

"Songwriter's Monthly - Caroline Brooks: A Place of Conviction"

The listener is immediately snatched up and whisked along by the music’s irresistible flow... Brooks’ vocals soar towards a grand flesh-prickling zenith.Very impressive! ...[She] utilizes both the emotional drive of the music and the vivd imagery of the lyrics as the basis for a poignant tale. - Songwriter's Monthly - Allen Foster




Raised in Tyler, Texas, Caroline Brooks' childhood home was saturated with the folk and pop melodies of artists such as Paul Simon, Lyle Lovett, Elvis, Queen, and The Beatles. Her love of music led her to the University of Texas in Austin where she was a member of the renowned a cappella group, Ransom Notes. After leaving UT, Caroline moved to Los Angeles and began collaborating with songwriters such as Jim Collins (Kenny Chesney's "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy," Jason Aldean), Phredley Brown (Musical Director for Bruno Mars), and David Hodges (Christina Perris A Thousand Years, Kelly Clarksons Because of You, Evanescences Bring Me to Life). She started touring nationwide, developing loyal fan bases in cities as diverse as Austin, Washington D.C., New York, and Los Angeles.

With a sound reminiscent of Sara Bareilles and OneRepublic, Caroline digitally released her debut self-titled EP in 2010. The industry took notice of her innate sense of song structure and melody, prompting ASCAP President Paul Williams to say, "[Caroline] is really, really talented. I predict a very successful career." Soon, offers for TV, film, and commercial placements began coming in. This led to her song "Parachute" to being featured in a trailer for the film A Little Bit of Heaven, starring Kate Hudson. 

In April 2013, she released her single Tomorrow, Tonight, which spread rapidly after receiving enthusiastic press from sources including Entertainment Tonight, AOL, Artists on Demand, In Magazine (featured on the cover), and The Huffington Post. Shortly afterwards, she released her single "Parachute" with the accompanying music video starring WWE former wrestler Shad Gaspard, which spread rapidly and caused the single to shoot up to #15 on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter charts. It was then featured on the iTunes Singer/Songwriter front page under "Editor's Choice."

In addition to her work as an artist, Caroline volunteers as a piano and songwriting mentor for The 24 Foundation a foundation providing art therapy for at-risk youth through various art forms by using creativity as the catalyst for healing the soul. 

She is currently working on new material for her EP to be released in late 2013.