I'm on My Way
Born into a family of country and rock legends, Brooke Morton breathes new life into popular classics such as Bye Bye Love while also establishing a style and sound all her own. A 'complete package' ready to take America by storm. Brooke sings beautifully, writes several of her own songs, and captivates audiences with her beauty and charisma. The power of Brooke's voice resonates across her debut album I'm On My Way. She adds further depth and texture to traditional country music by incorporating the spirituality of gospel, and broadens it's appeal with elements of pop. Her debut album reflects several themes including love and love lost. Brooke is a true American beauty who engages audiences with her energy, charm, and stage presence. She has performed in venues across the US and around the world. Musical traditions and the art of entertaining are deeply rooted in Brooke - she is the granddaughter of legendary blues and rock guitarist, Leonard Everly, and a relative of the Everly Brothers. Brooke is much more than just an on-stage personality. Described by her peers as having an infectious and positive personality, Brooke works to share her good fortune with others. An advocate for children across America, Brooke has worked with Stocks-for-Tots, a charitable organization that helps provide counseling to abused children. Brooke has also performed with the World Light Ministry Crusades and for the Nashville Rescue Mission. I'm On My Way, is on the independent Ohana Music Group label. Produced and recorded by Kimo Forrest at Ohana Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. Mixed by Kimo Forrest and Chris Latham at Ohana Studios and EMI, Nashville, Tennessee. 'I Swear' mixed by John Kunz at Omnisound Studios, Nashville, Tennessee. John Michael Montgomery appears courtesy of Stringtown Records. Musicians: Steve Stokes - fiddle; Mike Leatherman - banjo; Tom Baughman - steel guitar; Kim Morton - piano on 'You Are'; Kimo Forrest - drums, bass, guitars, keys.