singer-songwriter from Toronto.
co-founder of Secondhand Sunday
Caroline Brooks is a member of Juno Award winning Good Lovelies, along with Kerri Ough and Susan Passmore. Over 13 years, they have recorded 9 albums and have played over 1000 shows across the world. She has also co-written and performed with a number of other artists including Jim Bryson, Rose Cousins, Peter Katz, and Oh Susanna. Caroline is currently developing a podcast and musical called “Grace Notes” with co-writer Robbie Roth.
Aside from music, Caroline has always had a passion for her community and the environment. In 2015, she co-founded an organization called Secondhand Sunday which aims to reduce waste by sharing used household goods among neighbours across the City of Toronto.
Caroline sits on the City of Toronto’s Circular Economy Working Group and is also a board member with Mariposa Folk Festival, Canada’s longest running music festival.
Next up for Caroline? This spring, Good Lovelies will embark on “The Forest Tour” which will see 2 trees planted for every album sold throughout the tour, in an effort to offset their carbon emissions as a touring band.
She lives with her family in Toronto, Ontario.