Brooke Maree McClymont (born 16 May 1981 in Grafton, New South Wales) is an Australian singer and songwriter. She has written songs for Kate DeAraugo and Olivia Newton-John and been a support act for Troy Cassar-Daley and Ronan Keating. Her influences include Sheryl Crow, ABBA, Faith Hill and Alanis Morissette.
McClymont is married to singer/songwriter and Australian Idol 2009 semi-finalist, Adam Eckersley.
McClymont was first discovered in 1992, at age eleven, when an ironing lady heard her sing in front of the mirror at her home and told Brooke's mother that she should put her into the Jacaranda Talent Quest in Grafton. Her mother entered her into the contest and she sang "All I Wanna Do Is Make Love to You" by Heart. In 1999 she sang "God Save the Queen" and "Advance Australia Fair" to open the day-night Australia vs. England cricket match.
Charles Fisher was one of the people McClymont worked with on her debut album and she stated that the two had a really good working relationship. "I Can't Wait" was chosen to be the first song released because McClymont felt it is a really positive song and definitely shows her personality. The song was released as a CD on 17 June 2002 and peaked in the top fifty at number forty-nine. Soon after, the song was again recorded by Hilary Duff for the Disney Channel original series Lizzie McGuire. "I Don't Think, I Know" was the second song released on 2 December 2002 and it also peaked in the top fifty at number forty-five. McClymont stated that she did not get to release her album as certain circumstances arose, it just never happened.
In 2006, Brooke and her two sisters (Samantha and Mollie) started a band named The McClymonts. Their debut EP The McClymonts has peaked at number forty in the Australian Singles Chart, and regularly floated in and out of the ARIA top fifty throughout 2007.
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