ABOUT BROOKE...

Brooke White, the quirky rhaspy-voiced blonde, moved to LA from her native hometown of Mesa, AZ in hopes of becoming a singer-songwriter. After a handful of years spent chasing the dream, writing songs, cutting hair in her bathroom and nannying twins, she finally landed her big break when she was granted a golden ticket to perform on the nation’s biggest stage, where millions of viewers formed an emotional bond and welcomed her barefoot at the piano style into their homes on a weekly basis.

Since her Top five finish on the 7th season of American Idol, Brooke has continued to pave her own path as a relevant independent artist in the entertainment industry. She started her own record label "June Baby Records" and has independently released 6 records including 3 EP's from her band Jack and White. She has played live for thousands, touring the nation from arenas and theaters to clubs and radio stations.

She has hosted live from the red carpet for TV guide, judged Miss America starred in two TV movies: Change of Plans that aired on FOX and Banner 4th of July for the Hallmark Channel. She currently co-hosts The Girls With Glasses Show a whimsical web channel and lifestyle series alongside model and actress Summer Bellessathat can be found on YouTube, Ulive and The Design Network. 

Her most recent song "Something Divine" written nearly 10 years ago about discovering your worth, has been recorded and released also as a music video on the mormon channel. She recently recorded a very special record "Never Grow Up: Lullabies and Happy Songs" a collaboration record available on Pledge Music, the proceeds will go to Operation Underground Railroad, an organization that rescues children from human trafficking and Sexual Slavery. 

On a personal note Brooke and her husband Dave Ray, have been married for over 10 years and welcomed their first child, daughter London also known as "Londy Loo", in May of 2012. The one-time nanny has come full circle, living and loving the roll of a lifetime, now juggling her passions with motherhood. Today her efforts are focused less on massive commercial success and more upon utilizing her talents and platform to truly connect with people in a more honest and hopeful way as to fulfill her greater purpose to help others feel less alone.