ARTS Pick: Brooke Annibale

Haunting vocals layered with violins, ukulele, and swelling orchestrations define the sound of the musically hot-listed Brooke Annibale. Haunting vocals layered with violins, ukulele, and swelling orchestrations define the sound of the musically hot-listed Brooke Annibale.

For Nashville-based singer-songwriter Brooke Annibale there was never any doubt that a career in music was in her future. “My family owns a music shop in Pittsburgh,” she said. “I started taking lessons and as soon as I knew enough chords, I started writing songs.” Annibale has four self-releases to her name including 2013’s Words in Your Eyes EP, and her lyrics convey a startling depth and wisdom for a songwriter in her early 20s. She’s already had tunes featured on TV shows like “One Tree Hill,” “Hart of Dixie,” and “Teen Mom 2,” and critics are taking notice as she is taking flight.

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