Brooke Eden has partnered with the RIAA on a new Music Matters initiative, designed to demonstrate how music can enable our authentic voice, give us purpose, connect us, and give us courage to navigate life’s challenges.
As part of the multi-event-driven initiative, Eden will appear in schools, medical centers and recording studios throughout the year. Music Matters is a cause that’s deeply personal for Eden, who just last year used the support of her friends and her music to embrace her own LGBTQ+ community.
Music Matters with RIAA will officially launch on June 23 as Eden joins representative David Cicilline, Chair of the Congressional LGBTQ+ Equality Caucus.
“It’s important to the RIAA to support artists using their voice and their music where it matters most,” says Jackie Jones, RIAA VP of Artist and Industry Relations. “By creating this program, our hope is to provide a platform that allows artists to speak to policymakers directly about the importance of music and create tangible moments that show how music makes a difference in our lives.”
“This effort is an opportunity to help others find confidence and their better selves,” Eden adds. “I’ve been going through so much healing myself, learning and unlearning, how to be a better human and I hope that comes out in the music and my writing, which is truly my therapy.”
Eden has used her personal journey to self-acceptance to create music with the same message. Since making her debut, Eden has shared stages with Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Dan + Shay, Florida Georgia Line, Kane Brown and Keith Urban. She recently made her ACM Awards performance debut, joining Parmalee and Blanco Brown for their Platinum No. 1 hit “Just the Way.”
New music from Eden is slated to arrive later this year.
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