brooke allisonBrooke Allison (born Brooke Allison Adams on September 26, 1986 in Odessa, Texas) is a former teenage pop singer from the 2000s.

Brooke began singing when she was 3 years old and her parents began entering her in pageants. She later began playing the guitar and clarinet. When she was 10 years old, Brooke co-wrote a song for the DARE program called “The DARE Song” & later started singing at DARE rallies all over Texas along with being a youth sponsor & spokesperson for the program.

In 1997, Brooke won four gold medals in the World Championships of Performing Arts. Her win at the competition led to her appearing on talk shows such as Jenny Jones and Maury Povich. In January of 2000, Brooke’s friend created a webpage of MP3s of Brooke’s music which led to Brooke signing a record deal with the 2K Sounds record label.
kissoffgoodbyeIn 2001, Brooke released her first single “The Kiss-Off (Goodbye)” which peaked at #28 on Billboard’s Hot Singles Sales chart, but didn’t appear to make the Hot 100 at all.
ballisonalbumIn June of that same year, she released her self-titled debut album. It’s unknown how or if the album ever made the charts at all. The album featured songs written by artists such as Mya, Meredith Brooks and Robert Palmer.

Brooke also went on tour with 98 Degrees. In 2002, she was featured on the soundtrack to the Disney direct-to-video film “Cinderella II: Dreams Come True” and “Disney’s Princess Favorites” compliation album.

Brooke planned on making a rock music album, but those plans never happened and after that, it seemed as if she faded into obscurity, but in 2008, she resurfaced as a member of a girl group called the BG5 (or The BeachGirl5). After releasing two singles and appearing on “Keeping Up with the Kardashians,” the group broke up.

These days, Brooke continues to be active with her music career and has also dabbled in acting as well.

To see Brooke’s official website, go to:

To see the music video for “The Kiss-Off (Goodbye),” go to:

To see a fan-made video for “Put it Together” (from “Cinderella II”), go to: