Every country artist dreams of being able to play the Grand Ole Opry during their career. Brooke Eden has been pursuing music for as long as she can remember. On the list of many things Eden is looking to accomplish during her career, one can be checked off. Eden was able to make this dream come true by making her Grand Ole Opry debut at the Ryman Auditorium on November 19th.
“I remember the very first time I got to witness what that room feels like, and the only way I can describe it is like baptism day at church. I remember feeling so blessed to just be in the presence of that sacred ground and thinking that could be me one day!” reflects Eden. “I am so grateful that day finally happened!”
Eden performed two songs for the Opry crowd including her latest girl-power anthem “Diamonds.” Eden’s second song was Hank Williams Sr.’s “Lovesick Blues,” where she was able to display her vocal talent. Eden was able to share a side that is rarely heard today, mixing in yodeling in her performance. The crowd was very receptive of Eden’s performance with her leaving the stage with voracious applause from the audience.
Eden proves she is a vocal powerhouse and why she should be on everyone’s radar with her memorable Opry debut. Eden put her emotions aside and gave a performance to remember, which ensures this will not be the last time she will step foot inside the circle. Be sure to keep up with Eden on social media and purchase her debut EP Welcome to The Weekend. Also, be on the look out as Eden is set to release her debut album in 2017.