It's been a roller coaster ride for Brooke Moriber, and now she celebrated with you at FrogFest 33.

The aspiring country singer started on Broadway in New York City as a kid before becoming blind as a teen. That unexpected twist of fate led her to Nashville where she's now chasing her dreams.

Brooke grew up in Greenwich Village where she listened to music that drifted into her bedroom window from Washington Square Park and the nightclubs below. When she was 8 years old, Brooke booked her first audition and landed the role of Young Cosette in Les Misérables on Broadway; the first of many successes on stage.

When Brooke was a teenager she was diagnosed with a rare eye disease. “I woke up one morning and couldn’t see my face in the mirror.” To cope with the devasting diagnosis and debilitating treatments, Brooke turned to songwriting.

Brooke splits her time between Nashville, where she's recording her first album, and her hometown in New York, which inspired her latest record 'This Town Made Us,' a song about hometown pride and resilience that she wrote after the pandemic hit and a tornado ripped through Nashville.

You can hear more from Brooke at, and follow her on all social media platforms.

Here's amazing photos from her performance at the FrogFest 33 stage thanks to Curtis Lumber:

From Broadway to Rising Country Star, Brooke Moriber Performs at FrogFest 33

New York City native, Brooke Moriber took the stage for FrogFest 33 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds with her powerful vocals. See photos from her time on stage here:

Did We Catch You at FrogFest 33?

FrogFest 33 started with clouds, sprinkling rain, and county music fans wrapped in blankets and hoodies while in their lawn chairs. The weather, however, did not stop the crowd from having a good time.
Gates at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds opened at 11:30 AM on Saturday, June 18 for FrogFest 33, presented by Curtis Lumber.

Also, keep scrolling to see who was able to meet FrogFest 33 headliner, Dylan Scott

Hometown County Star, Alexandria Corn Is Back for FrogFest 33

With a newly signed record deal, Alexandria Corn made it back home to perform in front of the crowd for FrogFest 33 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds. The New Hartford, NY native brought her fun-loving enthusiasm to energize the crowd. See photos from her performance here:

Country Music’s Newest Artist, Frankie Justin Hits The FrogFest 33 Stage

From Nashville to the Herkimer County Fairgrounds for Frogfest 33, Frankie Justin brought his modern county sound to the lineup. See photos of his performance here:

Alyssa Trahan FrogFest 33

Alyssa Trahan brought her fun energy and style to FrogFest 33 stage. See photos of her performance here at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds.

Whiskey Creek Brought The Energy at FrogFest 33

Whiskey Creek, and their high-energy modern country music rocked the stage. See the photos of them on stage at FrogFest 33 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds.

Joe VanDresar and Kickin’ It Are Back At FrogFest 33

Joe Vandresar and Kickin' It rock the stage again at FrogFest 33. Joe and the band opened FrogFest 32 last year. See the photos of them on stage at FrogFest 33 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds.

National Anthem Winner, Krystal Lee Takes The Stage and Broken Rule Kicks Off FrogFest 33

Broken Rule made their FrogFest debut and brought their energy and kicked-off FrogFest 33 at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds. See the photos of them on stage:

FrogFest 33 starring Dylan Scott at the Herkimer County Fairgrounds is presented by Curtis Lumber

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