BROOKE FRASER | APRA Silver Scroll Winner | APRA Member since 2001

Brooke is one of NZ’s top selling and most popular recording artists with 15 x platinum sales to her name. She started writing songs at age twelve and taught herself the acoustic guitar at fifteen. In 2002, at the age of 18, Brooke signed a multi-album deal with Sony Music. Her first album, What to Do with Daylight, debuted at number one in NZ and achieved gold status in the same week.
After a trip to Rwanda in 2005, Brooke was inspired to write the song ‘Albertine’, which won her a Silver Scroll in 2007. Her third album, ‘Flags’, generated the single ‘Something in the Water’ which took Europe by storm, debuting in the album charts at No. 6 in Germany and winning APRA’s Most Internationally Performed Work in 2012.
A passionate philanthropist, Brooke has worked with World Vision as an Artist Associate since 2001. She has visited Cambodia and Tanzania with World Vision, and the Philippines with Opportunity International.

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