Singer, songwriter and musician..

Born in Charlotte, and raised on Lake Norman this North Carolina made a name for herself where she's from winning Best Female Country Vocalist Queen City in 2020 and 2021. 


Her life in music started early. Her grandparents were pastors and worship leading got her into singing at the church. This led to getting involved with Fine Arts Competition where she made national in California, Ohio, Kentucky, and Orlando, Florida.


Brooke's parents were both teachers, and Dad would take her to watch open mic nights. Seeing live bands inspired her to make music. At just 15 years old, Brooke started her band, Seven Days.


Influenced by classic rockstars like Joan Jett, Stevie Knicks and Janis Joplin, Brooke found her voice matched their styles and strengths, with Dolly Parton being a later influence. 


Brooke would later move to Raleigh for worship leading but would drive home to Charlotte every weekend to play shows. Her passion for playing in the band while growing her independence and vocal skills and being a worship leader was crucial in her growth as an artist.


In 2019, at the age of 19, Brooke went to Nashville to record with Mike Caputy. While there she got the opportunity to be in a room and write with hit songwriter Bruce Birch (Reba McEntire, Faith Hill, Aaron Tippin, George Jones, among others) on that first trip. This was Brooke's first time in seeing how the industry in the city of Nashville is really about. 


The second visit to Nashville, she saw fellow North Carolina native, Kameron Marlowe, play a writers round at Tin Roof, and then went to another round, Raise Rowdy at Live Oak. These experiences alone helped Brooke realize she wanted to living in Nashville full time. Hearing new music, the creativity and diversity of different artists, and seeing the hunger, drive, support and respect other artists have for each other was something she wanted to be a part of.

Brooke moved to Nashville in January 2021.  Things would come full circle when she also had the opportunity to play in those very same rounds at Live Oak.


Since being in Nashville, Brooke has grown and evolved. She plays several nights a week in popular spots on Broadway, while writing music during the day and hitting the road on weekends as much as she can.


Learning about the writing atmosphere at rounds inspired her to write more music herself and evolve as an artist and get more involved with publishing.


"Anything I write is about somethings thats happened in my life, or things about me that I can relate to," says Brooke Lee.


For 2022, Brooke's goal is to get new music out and tour often. One of her lifetime goals was to play Coyote Joe’s, a regular popular spot in Charlotte she would attend as a fan growing up, and this year she already hit that goal by opening there for South Carolina native, Cody Webb.


Continuing to be around other artists in Nashville, and spending that first year figuring how to survive and live in this wild music city, has now driven to push putting out new music and content that is showcasing her sound and brand. Her upcoming releases have incredible writers, including one written with Rob Williford (Luke Combs). 

Brooke has a signature sound and vibe that resonates with audiences of all styles and ages. Her resiliency, high goals, raw talent and passion have set her up for a great career in her music journey.