Casio has added Jonatha Brooke to its artiste programme that includes musicians like Kyle Morrison, Tom Brislin, Steve Weingart, and more.

Electronic musical instruments maker, Casio America, has added Jonatha Brooke (pictured) to its artiste programme, a platform focused on providing multiple levels of support and tools to help aspiring and established musicians fulfil their passion. Her appointment follows a recent album launch.

Said talent currently owns two keyboards which have become a staple in her musical exploits. In particular, while writing at home or on the road touring for her critically acclaimed one-woman Off-Broadway show, My Mother Has Four Noses, Brooke prefers to use her Casio Celviano AP-650.

For all other performances, she usually turns to her Privia PX-360. She recently debuted her new album—Midnight. Hallelujah.—which is now available online and on Amazon. She currently shares the line-up with Kyle Morrison, Tom Brislin, Eldar Djangirov, and Steve Weingart, to name a few.

Brooke began writing songs, making records, and touring in the 90s. After four major label releases, she started Bad Dog Records in 1999. She has since released eight albums and co-wrote songs with Katy Perry for Prism. She is now developing another musical with playwright, Geoffrey Nauffts.

“Jonatha loves our keyboards. Her ever-expanding talent and dedication to our brand make her a perfect fit for our artiste programme and we are so happy we can provide her with the finest keyboard technology,” said Stephen Schmidt, VP of the Electronic Musical Instruments Division at Casio.

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