Folk singer-songwriter Jonatha Brooke began her career in the late 1980s as one half of the folk duo The Story. In the late 1990’s, Brooke’s vocals were featured in Goodyear Tire’s commercial jingle, “Serious Freedom, Goodyear, Goodyear.” In 2002, she performed a pair of songs on Disney’s Return to Never Land soundtrack. Brooke has been featured as a guest vocalist with artists such as Lisa Loeb, Chris Botti and Patty Larkin, and has co-written tracks for Joe Sample’s The Pecan Tree. Her song “Inconsolable” (from Plumb) was featured in an episode of the television series Buffy the Vampire Slayer and most recently, her tune “What You Don’t Know” became the theme song of the new series Dollhouse. In 2010, Jonatha Brooke performed as the first part of the French tour of Nolwenn Leroy, singing songs in English and in French, and joined Nolwenn Leroy for some duets. Jonatha’s website is www.jonathabrooke.com.