Brooke Miller (musician)
|Birth name||Brooke Ellen Miller|
January 14, 1982 |
Montague, Prince Edward Island, Canada
|Origin||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Labels||Sony, Hickory, Candyrat, Sparkle Plenty, Universal|
Brooke Miller is a Canadian singer-songwriter and musician.
Miller was born in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Canada on January 14, 1982. She played saxophone as a child and took up the guitar when she was ten years old. Around age 11 she began writing her own songs and at age 12 formed a trio that eventually toured the Maritimes as an opening act for other bands.
Miller released her first independent CD, Lending an Hourglass, in 2003. A fellow musician, Don Ross, produced her follow-up CD and Miller later married him. She was signed to Sony/ATV Music Publishing in New York City and released the album You Can See Everything on Sony's Hickory Records in 2007. The album was produced by Ross and Peter Lubin, and mixed by Frank Filipetti.
In 2010 Miller released the self-produced album Shake It Off on Candyrat Records. In 2011, her self-titled album featuring new material, and new versions of previously released songs, was issued on the Universal Music Group label. In 2012, Miller released an audiophile SACD/LP recording, entitled "Familiar", on the German hi-fi label Stockfisch Records.
- 2003: Lending an Hourglass, Independent
- 2007: You Can See Everything, Hickory/Sony/ATV
- 2010: Shake It Off, Candyrat
- 2011: Brooke Miller, Sparkle Plenty/Universal
- 2012: Familiar, Stockfisch
- 2016: Impossible Story, https://brookemiller.bandcamp.com
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