| 2000 (2000)–2012|
Christian rock, Pop music
| Brooke Elizabeth Barrettsmith|
The Neverclaim, Valor Interior, Paulina Aguirre, Charlie Hall, Pablo Olivares
Brooke Barrettsmith Wikipedia
Brooke Adams (formerly Brooke Barrettsmith) is a singer, songwriter, and musician originally from Spring Grove, Illinois. She was a former contestant of the reality television show American Idol during its 5th season in 2005-2006.
Early in Brooke's career, she signed a developmental record deal with Word/Curb/Warner Records as duo act with her younger sister Leah, from 2003-2004. Then in 2005, auditioning alongside her sister, Brooke reached the top 40 on American Idol. Brooke subsequently signed a solo recording deal with Sony BMG Records in 2006 and toured nationally with various bands and musicians.
Her self-titled debut album was released on August 19, 2008 to rave reviews. It was produced by Aaron Sprinkle and Rob Hawkins for Essential Records, a Christian subsidiary of Sony BMG Records. Her album charted on Billboard's Heatseekers Albums and Christian Albums charts. She was endorsed by Fender Guitars and Taylor Guitars.
On August 15, 2009, she married long time band mate and guitarist Billy Adams.
She headlined a national tour in the summer of 2010 then became the lead singer for the rock band Vialyne from 2011-2012.
She retired from music in 2012 and is currently studying Psychology at Middle Tennessee State University.2003: Open Arms (independent) – as "Two 4 One"
2004: Brooke & Leah EP (Word Records, independent) - as "Brooke & Leah"
2008: Brooke Barrettsmith (Essential Records) – as "Brooke Barrettsmith"
2011: Vialyne EP (independent) – as "Vialyne"
"Quiet My Heart"