Formed in the gentle farmlands of Snohomish valley, the Brooke Pennock Band gained recognition in the Seattle New Folk scene in 2004 with their multi-award winning song, "Eddie." The song was featured on KZOK/KMPS-FM Radio's compilation CD as the #1 winner of their songwriting contest. It was distributed widely on a "Save The Music" campaign throughout Northwest area Fred Meyer stores.
Brooke has also won the "Made in Washington's Best Emerging Artist Award" the "West Coast Songwriters Award" (for the song "I Wont Be Alone") and was a Billboard Music Songwriters Finalist and Lilith Fair/Levi's Top 10 Emerging Artist finalist.
Several songs from BPB extensive catalogue were also used on the soundtrack of the independent film "Poppies: Odyssey of an Opium Eater." (www.poppiesthemovie.com) The movie has won numerous awards and been featured at many International Film Festivals.
For the band's fifth and latest CD, "The Heater Must Be Broke" BPB returned to "No Goin' Back" Producer Ryan Hadlock (The Strokes, Metric, Afghan Whigs, The Gossip, Johnny Flynn) at Bear Creek Studios (http://www.transgressiverecords.co.uk/ryanhadlock)
The Heater Must Be Broke" layers Brooke's picturesque vocal sketches and accompanying harmonies with a butt shakin' rhythm section. With standout tracks like "Train," (available for free download at the bands website www.brookepennock.com) BPB are poised for even more success.