Charlee Brooks (born July 24, 1988) is an American vocalist, composer, and audio engineer. Born and raised in New Brighton, Pennsylvania, she began her first works in production as a second engineer on the 2010 World of Warcraft: Cataclysm expansion. That same year she made her first television appearance as a performer during the live broadcast of BlizzCon 2010 on Direct TV. She continued her work in production / creative design through 2012 where she contributed to projects for Crystal Cruises, Dr. Daniel Amen, HGTV, Arbonne International and many others.
Brooks debuted her musical artistry in 2013 with her first official release «Lovéren» through Sony/MRI, a new age/neoclassical album, and collaboration with multi-grammy nominated artist/composer David Arkenstone. Lovéren debuted at #1 on the Zone Music Reporter charts in 2013, and remained on the charts for over 8 months. Lovéren was also included on the pre-nomination ballot for the 2013 Grammy Awards in two categories, Best Engineered Non-Classical, and Best New Age Album. Later that year, her work on Lovéren received two nominations from Zone Music Reporter for Best Vocal Album, and Album of the Year.
In 2014, Brooks made her next television appearance as a featured performer in «David Arkenstone’s Symphonic Adventure» a public broadcast special that continues to run on select stations across the US. The show featured Brooks’ work on Lovéren and other renowned musicians such as Karen Briggs, Eric Rigler, and the performers of Cirque de la Symphonie. Brooks’ continued her musical work during the production of Symphonic Adventure and has since been featured on the album entitled «Celtic Garden» released by Spring Hill Music in 2014. Her next album «Inamorata» is scheduled for a February 2015 release.