Charlee Brooks & David Arkenstone – Inamorata

Charlee Brooks (born July 24, 1988) is an American vocalist, composer, and audio engineer. Born and raised in New Brighton, Pennsylvania, she began her first works in production as a second engineer on the 2010 World of Warcraft: Cataclysm expansion. That same year she made her first television appearance as a performer during the live broadcast of BlizzCon 2010 on Direct TV. She continued her work in production / creative design through 2012 where she contributed to projects for Crystal Cruises, Dr. Daniel Amen, HGTV, Arbonne International and many others.[1]

Brooks debuted her musical artistry in 2013 with her first official release «Lovéren» through Sony/MRI, a new age/neoclassical album, and collaboration with multi-grammy nominated artist/composer David Arkenstone.[2] Lovéren debuted at #1 on the Zone Music Reporter charts in 2013, and remained on the charts for over 8 months.[3] Lovéren was also included on the pre-nomination ballot for the 2013 Grammy Awards in two categories, Best Engineered Non-Classical, and Best New Age Album.[4] Later that year, her work on Lovéren received two nominations from Zone Music Reporter for Best Vocal Album, and Album of the Year.[5]

In 2014, Brooks made her next television appearance as a featured performer in «David Arkenstone’s Symphonic Adventure» a public broadcast special that continues to run on select stations across the US.[6] The show featured Brooks’ work on Lovéren and other renowned musicians such as Karen Briggs, Eric Rigler, and the performers of Cirque de la Symphonie.[7] Brooks’ continued her musical work during the production of Symphonic Adventure and has since been featured on the album entitled «Celtic Garden» released by Spring Hill Music in 2014.[8] Her next album «Inamorata» is scheduled for a February 2015 release.

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