Brooke Fraser Has Had Surgery to Repair a Nerve Damage

Brooke Fraser

Singer and songwriter Brooke Fraser has had surgery to repair nerve damage caused when she put a knife through her hand cutting an avocado. Fraser confirmed that the severed nerve had been repaired, so the injury would not prevent her from playing music.

Writiing on social media, Fraser reveals:  "For everyone who's been asking, I was cutting an avocado a few days ago when the knife slipped and kinda sorta went through my hand. Had successful surgery today to repair the nerve I severed so I WILL be able to play music again! The surgical team were BOSSES. To all my friends who texted, sent flowers, prayed - THANK YOU."

Fraser started off as a songwriter and worship leader at Hillsong Church.  Under the encouragement of Hillsong's worship pastor Darlene Zschech then, Fraser wrote songs for the megachurch, such as "Hosanna," "(Beneath the Waters) I Will Rise," "Our Father," and "Like Incense (Sometimes by Step)."  

As a solo artist, Fraser is best known for her third studio album Flags, and hit single "Something in the Water". Fraser is one of the top selling and most popular recording artists of all time in New Zealand, her albums being awarded 15x platinum to date. Her album, Brutal Romantic, was released in November 2014 .

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