Ally Brooke’s first tour as a solo artist kicks off in a number of weeks, and he or she could not be extra thrilled.
“I’m beyond ecstatic,” she tells Each day Pop co-hosts Justin Sylvester and Morgan Stewart on this clip from Thursday’s present. “This has been a dream of mine for so long…to finally embark on my own journey and do my own headlining solo tour is beyond words.”
Brooke, who first rose to fame in 2012 as a member of the now-disbanded pop group Fifth Concord, goes on to specific appreciation for the artistic freedoms that include creating her personal music.
“Everything is so different,” she says of curating her upcoming, and appropriately titled, “Time to Shine” tour versus performing as a part of a collective. “I have full control over everything: what I sing about, my lyrics, who I choose to work with, who I choose to have around me, how I present myself. Even just simple things like hair and makeup and timing.”
Brooke has launched a handful of in style singles since 2018—most lately, final November’s “No Good”—with a full-length debut album within the works. The multi-talented musician additionally competed on Dancing With the Stars’ most up-to-date season and completed in third place.
Trying again on Fifth Concord, Brooke “can’t believe” she contributed to its lasting influence and would not harbor any unwell emotions over its “indefinite hiatus.”
“That feels like light years ago, to be honest,” she explains, including, “I think there’s a time for everything and Fifth Harmony had its time and ran its course. And we were able to do so many amazing things.”
See Brooke coach Justin and Morgan (form of) by some very bold vocal scales within the full interview clip above! The Time to Shine Tour 2020 opens March 6 in Chicago. Tickets are at the moment on sale at allybrooke.com.
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