About.

Melbourne born singer/songwriter Brooke Reuss stamps her own unique edge to the sound of pop luminaries such as Sara Bareilles and Delta Goodrem; using her influences and musical platform to write about political change, social commentary and heart wrenching personal impact stories.
 

Brooke's clear voice cuts through the noise and carries her message directly to the heart of the listener; at once subtle and compelling, the next moment soaring and powerful.
 

Brooke's debut EP "Footprints" produced by Lee Bradshaw for Bradshaw Music Productions features songs which combine her experiences of events that have influenced and affected her life, including a collaboration with Australian Idol winner Damien Leith on the stunning protest song - "Sometimes".

 

Brooke's recent singles "Stand Up Reloaded" and "I Will Be Here" have featured on CMT, Channel 31, Kix Country Network,Tamworth 2TM & 929FM, Coles Radio, Australian Country, Good Morning Country, ABC Wide Bay, 2BH - Super Radio Network, and Flow FM to name a few.

 

Brooke is now working on more material to be released at the end of 2022.