Spotlight – Brooklyn Roebuck

 

Tune in all this week as Jay features Brooklyn Roebuck on the Spotlight – daily at 3:40 during Weekdaze! Brooklyn recently nominated for the CMAO Rising Star Award!

 safe_imageA small town county girl who has spent plenty of time sitting around a camp fire or the kitchen table with family and friends playing country music. Yes, that’s where I got my start in this crazy business.

Some of you might know me from YTV. In 2012 I decided to enter a nationwide televised competition. In September of that year I won the cross-country search: “YTV’s The Next Star Season 5”. The finale was held live at Canada’s Wonderland north of Toronto, where over 3 million viewers voted and ultimately picked me as their winner! Thank you all so much, this competition opened quite a few doors for me!

Since that day I have hosted many events for YTV such as Big Fun Movies, Brooklyn’s Movie Night, interviewed hopefuls for The Next Star Season 6, participated in a star studded March Break Out Take Out game and was a guest star in the Life With Boys television series. I have been interviewed by Paul McGuire on CMT’s Chevy Top 20 Countdown, Breakfast Television Toronto, ET Canada and many others. My music videos have been aired on Juicebox Television, CMT, and YTV.

One of the most amazing events I was invited to perform at was a Country Music Television charity event called The Gift of Giving. This event included artists such as Lennon and Maisy, The Stellas, Randy Bachman, The Trews and Beverley Mahood. The event raised money for Corus Feed Kids charity. It was incredible!

I am currently working on my latest EP with multi award winning producer Jason Barry from Barrytone Studios, so exciting! More updates on the EP as the project unfolds.

My fans mean the world to me. I consider my fans my friends. Fans will stand by you through everything and they support you to the end. That to me is a friend. I consider myself very lucky to have so many devoted friends and I will always cherish them.

My shows revolve around the audience. I work hard to ensure they have a great time and feel like they are a part of the show. I want them to forget about work, school or any stress they have in their lives and live in the moment.  I know I have connected when at the end of the show they leave dancing and singing or thinking WOW that was great or want to run home and look me up on Facebook. This is what motivates me. inspires me, and reminds me how much I love what I do.

Click here to visit Brooklyn Roebuck on the web!