Brooklyn Roebuck is probably not the only seven-year-old who said she wanted to be a singer when she grew up, but she’s definitely among the few to begin a competitive career in the same breath. And from that first time in front of a crowd (performing “Take Me out to the Ballgame” with her grandpa on guitar), Brooklyn hasn’t stopped singing and the spotlight hasn’t stopped shining. Brooklyn’s childhood love of singing competitions landed her on YTV’s nation-wide, talent-search TV show, “The Next Star” at fourteen years old, where a loyal and rapidly growing fan base of which three million voters decided that the crown belonged to her. After the win, Brooklyn’s career kicked into high gear and she appeared regularly on YTV, even hosting her own “Brooklyn’s Movie Night” and guest starring on the hit series “Life With Boys”. Her music videos for the infectious pop-country singles “The Way I See You”, “Lemon and Lime”, and “One of These Days” have caught airtime from Juicebox Television, CMT, and YTV, and have each been viewed tens of thousands of times on YouTube alone. In 2012, Brooklyn performed a soulful rendition of “O Holy Night” on CMT’s star-studded “The Gift of Giving” charity special which showcased not only her remarkable vocal talent but her maturity as an artist. With names like Randy Bachman, The Trews and Beverley Mahood in attendance, it remains one of the most special performances of her career. One year later, Brooklyn further cemented that status when she released the self-penned “Storyteller” EP. Brooklyn’s current singles 'Sweet on Me" and “Good Day” exemplifies that playful and laid-back vibe her fans know and love from past releases and live shows, but they introduce an edginess and attitude that only an eighteen-year-old can bring without losing an ounce of charm. Catch them on country airwaves and beyond.