Brooke White's New Album
Season 7's fifth place finalist, Brooke White, won the hearts of fans around the world with her passionate and vibrant performances. Brooke is back! On July 21st, her album, "High Hopes & Heartbreak" will be released.
The album was produced by Dave Cobb and executive produced by Idol's own Randy Jackson. This is Randy's first project with an Idol alum. He also co-manages Brooke. "I wanted to work with Brooke from the moment I met her," Randy said. "When she sang, I instantly heard the legendary greats that inspired her: Carole King, Carly Simon, Joni Mitchell. She truly is an artist for all ages. And this album is a great collection of songs from a great new artist who was birthed on the stage of American Idol. I'm so happy to be working with an amazingly talented artist at the beginning of her career." Since her time on Idol, Brooke has also formed a new indie label, which Randy is also involved with.
On High Hopes & Heartbreak, Brooke channels her own idols- Carole King, Fleetwood Mac, The Eagles, and Elton John. Brooke co-wrote the entire record and said, "The goal was to create a very free-flowing, adventurous type of record. I wanted it to have the feel of a classic, timeless album."
Earlier this year, Brooke released "Hold Up My Heart," which hit number 2 on the iTunes Pop Singles Chart. She also performed "Hold Up My Heart" on the Idol stage during one of the Top 36 results shows this season.
Brooke White was known for being the nanny with a bubbly personality, who often played musical instruments during her run on Idol.
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