Brooke Fraser, also known by her married name Brooke Ligertwood, is a New Zealand singer-songwriter who has left an indelible mark on the music industry with her captivating voice and heartfelt songwriting. Her journey from a young musician in New Zealand to an internationally acclaimed artist is marked by creativity, growth, and a dedication to her craft.
- 1983: Brooke Gabrielle Fraser was born on December 15th in Wellington, New Zealand. Her upbringing in a musical family nurtured her love for music from a young age.
- 2003: Fraser released her debut album, “What to Do with Daylight”, which showcased her folk-influenced sound and poetic lyrics. The album received critical acclaim and set the stage for her career.
- 2005: She released her sophomore album, “Albertine”, which was inspired by her experiences during a trip to Rwanda. The album’s title track became a poignant reflection on social justice and compassion.
- 2011: Brooke Fraser released her third studio album, “Flags”, which marked a shift towards a more pop-oriented sound while maintaining her lyrical depth.
- 2015: Fraser released her fourth studio album, “Brutal Romantic”, which further explored electronic and experimental elements in her music.
- 2020: She released her fifth studio album, “A Sides”, a compilation of some of her most beloved songs that showcased her evolution as an artist.
- “What to Do with Daylight” (2003)
- “Albertine” (2005)
- “Flags” (2010)
- “Brutal Romantic” (2014)
- “A Sides” (2020)