Brooke Potter

Singer- Songwriter

About Brooke

Oklahoma native Brooke Potter has performed on stages all across Oklahoma and has become an unstoppable force in the country music scene. She got her start performing at the Rodeo Opry where she now teaches the Rising Star workshops. She has had the unique privilege of working with American Idol finalist, Laura Leighe, The Voice Finalist, Kata Hay, Amanda Earhart, and country music star Kellie Coffey. 

Brooke has found a distinct voice in her songwriting by combining catchy melodies with clever, funny and empowering lyrics.  She exudes a charm and charisma on and off the stage and has an electrifying stage presence that can bring the roof down on any venue. Her powerful vocals are the perfect blend of sweet soul and feisty edge, capable of captivating any audience.

Some of her most recent accomplishments include singing the National Anthem for the OKC Dodgers, NBA Thunder, and National Guard ceremonies. She placed 2nd place in the OK City Star competition also won the title of “Voice of the Fair” at the 2015 Oklahoma State Fair. Brooke is currently pursuing a degree in Vocal Performance at the Academy of Contemporary Music at UCO. 


Favorite climb

The Arrowhead Arete, Yosemite


700 ft.


37°43'42.9"N 119°38'09.9"W

Every problem can have multiple solutions. To see them you have to look at the big picture overall. Don’t limit yourself to just one route.



I won my first competition back in 2010 at the Mountain West Regional Championships held at Moab, Utah. Sending a 5.13a sport route in a single attempt earned me first place in the Men’s division. Before then, I’d received 1st and 2nd place at a few youth competitions. 2010 was my entry into the big leagues. A couple months after Moab, Utah, I traveled to El Paso, TX for the National Championships. I got second place by sending a 5.13c sport route in two attempts.

In 2012, I won first place in the Nationals held at Acadia National Park, Maine by flashing a V12 bouldering problem. It was my first time visiting the East Coast and I was glad to have been used to Jackson Hole’s more humid weather. I think that gave me an advantage that climbers from drier regions didn’t have. In 2015 I entered my first international competition in Cochamó, Patagonia, Chile. I didn’t place, but plan to for the 2016 championship in Krabi, Thailand.