Brooke Hogan Biography

Brooke Hogan Biography

Brooke Hogan was born in Tampa, Florida, the older child of Hulk Hogan (Terry Gene Bollea) and Linda Bollea. She has one younger brother, Nick Hogan (Nick Bollea).In high school, she took dance classes, voice lessons, piano lessons, and gymnastics. She joined the cheerleading squad of her Clearwater, Florida school, Clearwater Central Catholic, in her freshman year. Hogan graduated from high school at the age of sixteen.Hogan was signed to Trans Continental Records in 2002. Some early music was produced with the help of Rich Cronin. Her first song in the United States singles charts was "Everything to Me". Produced and written by Shep Goodman and Kenny Gioia as part of her album This Voice, the single was released in July 2004. It appeared at #97 on the Hot 100 and #1 on the Hot 100 Singles Sales, but dropped off the chart in a few weeks. The album was planned for release September 21, 2004, but this never happened. Hogan opened for Hilary Duff in support of her unreleased debut. She sang the national anthems before Game 7 of the 2004 Stanley Cup Finals on June 7, 2004. During this time manager Larry Rudolph helped her rise to fame as well as work on her debut album.

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