Brooke Miller’s career began on Prince Edward Island, Canada, in a loud punk band as the lead guitarist & vocalist at the ripe old age of 12. She later connected with music by the likes of Rickie Lee Jones, The Police and Joni Mitchell. She has flourished into a road warrior, touring throughout Canada, the US, Europe and Japan.
In 2011 she released her fourth CD, 'Brooke Miller', her first to be distributed nationally in Canada through DEP/Universal, getting back to her rockier roots, while still keeping her acoustic guitar playing front and centre. The recording garnered a nomination for Brooke at the 2012 East Coast Music Awards. Brooke recently released her fifth album entitled 'Familiar', the album is a collection of acoustic ballads.
Brooke’s tunes have been heard in recent feature films (The Year of Getting to Know Us, starring Sharon Stone, Lucy Liu and Jimmy Fallon), and on hit television shows (The L Word and Women’s Murder Club).
In 2007, she won the Ontario Council of Folk Festivals’ Colleen Peterson Songwriting Award. Brooke is a rising star and this event is a must.
Supported by Rosa Rebecka. Rosa loves to engage with an audience. “I think being a performer is an art in and of itself,” she says “it’s in meeting with an audience that the songs come to life.” Rosa released her third studio album, 'Songs for Mrs. Beautiful', in September 2012. Rosa was nominated in the category of “Best Acoustic Act” as part of the South West Music Awards.
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