Interview: Brooke White Gets By With a Little Help from Her Friends

Brooke White is truly a jill of all trades. Upon launching her musical career on Season 7 of American Idol, the Arizona born-and-bred and now California-based artist has constantly been on the move, keeping herself busy by dabbling into various creative outlets—singing, songwriting, acting, painting, blogging, and even hosting an online web-series.

In every endeavor Brooke takes on, a common purpose of spreading kindness and contributing something to the greater good is always present. This December, in the true spirit of the holiday season, she’s mixing passion with purpose, by making music that makes a difference…and with a little help from her friends. Through PledgeMusic, Brooke (along with ten of her fellow musically-minded friends) are working towards creating and releasing a collaborative charity album filled with original lullabies and happy songs, with proceeds going towards supporting Operation Underground Railroad (O.U.R.), an organization dedicated to implementing rescue missions to save kidnapped children from sexual slavery.

In an exclusive interview with The Hudsucker, Brooke shares the inspiration behind this good-hearted musical album, how the collaborations came together, the story of her involvement with O.U.R., and how YOU can help support this project.

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We Are The Fallen Rocks the Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver

Out of the four shows I had planned to attend in the month of April, I was most excited for the HIM concert at the Commodore Ballroom to see one of their openers, alternative rock band We Are The Fallen. You might know their lead singer: she goes by the name of Carly Smithson, and her claim to fame was being the one of the finalists on Season 7 of American Idol.

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