Brooksie Wells was a child of the sixties whose father was a Civil Rights activist from the deep South. Discovered by Bobby Darin at 19, Brooksie wrote for years for Chappell Music, with several of her songs used in recordings and movie soundtracks. Her early demos were with John Lennon’s band Elephant’s Memory and she was also a singer with Kid Creole and the Coconuts.
Her new album, “Stops Time” was number #4 on the Folk Charts in the USA making it her third top ten album in a row! This set of songs reflects the humor and pathos of being present and observing our own joys and mistakes. Brooksie’s songs, like her life are, at heart, about connection.