|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|2||May Waltz (Acoustic)||3||Audio||2011||Not On Label (Brooke Fraser Self-released)|
|3||Flags||22||Audio||2011-11-08||Hood & Done|
|4||Flags||11||Audio||2010-10-12||Wood & Bone|
|6||What To Do With Daylight||11||Audio||2003-10-29||Columbia|
|7||Betty||3||Audio||2011||WARNER Music Benelux|
|8||Something In The Water||3||Audio||2011||WARNER Music Benelux|
|9||Albertine||12||Audio||2008||Wood & Bone|
New Zealand singer/songwriter.
Brooke grew up in Wellington and showed her interest in music from the early age of two. She began piano lessons at seven and composing at 12. Influences include James Taylor, Carole King, Joni Mitchell and Paula Cole.
Her debut album, What To Do With Daylight, released in 2003 lead to her 2004 tour with John Mayer and David Bowie and went eight times platinum in New Zealand. She titled her second album Albertine after a Rwandan orphan she befriended during a trip to Rwanda in 2005. This album reached #5 of the iTunes US album chart after being featured in the Editor's Choice section. Flags is her third studio album, released in 2010.