Meredith's hit Shine was chosen by the Television psychologist Dr. Phil as his show's theme song.
In August 2005, Meredith started working on a children's album called If I Could Be....
Meredith's favortite philosopher is Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist.
Meredith's favorite movies: The Wizard of Oz, and Gone With the Wind.
Meredith loves best to eat Cookies, Chocolate chip cookies, and fruit-sweetened cookies.
Meredith's Chinese Astrology sign is the Dog - loyal and discreet person, great as a listener, who fights injustice.
Meredith's song, Bitch (from album Blurring the Edges), was covered by Amazing Transparent Man (in album Taking Back The Covers).
Meredith has covered Melanie's song Lay Down (Candles in the Rain), and included the cover in album Deconstruction.
Meredith's song, Sin CIty, was fetured in Nicolas Cage's film Snake Eyes.
Meredith performed in the all-female rock concert, Lilith Fair, alongside Lisa Loeb, Jewel, Chantal Kreviazuk, Queen Latifah and Sarah McLachlan.
After the release of her debut album in 1997, Blurring the Edges, she released See It Through My Eyes, a song she wrote 13 years before.
Meredith was involved in the foundation of Planet Art, a charity organization that helps turning creative endeavors into businesses. She participated in the courses while helping teenagers.
Meredith likes spiritual activities such as yoga and psychology.
Meredith gratudated high school at the age of 15.
Meredith Brooks' albums: Blurring the Edges (1997), Deconstruction (1999), Shine (2004).
Meredith produced the whole album of Jennifer Love Hewitt in 2002, Barenaked, whose title-song was Top 30 in that year.
Meredith co-wrote and produced Hilary Duff's song Party Up, from Metamorphosis album in 2003.
Meredith's hits were featured in movies: Song Bitch in What Women Want (2000), and song Crazy in What a Girl Wants (2003).
Meredith was born in Oregon City, Oregon, USA.
Meredith was born as Meredith Ann Brooks.
Meredith married Russell Jackson in 1991. They divorced in 1998, with no children.
Meredith was a member of the female group The Graces (which included Charlotte Caffey, former Go Go member). They had one album, Perfect View.
Meredith first played the guitar at the age of 11 and couldn't stop since then. She used to play while hearing Eric Clapton or The Beatles.
Meredith Brooks: (about her career) I had my dysfunctions, but music gave me peace and joy. I never felt in tune with the world. My parents always saw me as an artist, and that greatly influenced me. My art was my autonomy.
Meredith Brooks: In the song (Shine), I say, 'When there's nothing but no, and there's nowhere to go, you find a way'...and I did. Thanks to this extraordinary opportunity with Dr. Phil, both 'Shine' and the other songs are being given a chance in a new format which perfectly fits where my life is at these days.
Meredith Brooks: You don't realize till you get here what a moment in history you're a part of.
Meredith Brooks: The Graces was a great experience; it's great working with women, but we weren't put together in an organic way, and I think that's why we didn't stay together. There wasn't that natural friendship.