Making her long-awaited return to the UK, Eden will perform at Bush Hall and G-A-Y this weekend

UK dates follow the release of her latest EP ‘Outlaw Love’ in June

Acclaimed Nashville vocal powerhouse Brooke Eden made her return to the UK on Sunday, October 15th singing the national anthem on the field at London’s Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, ahead of the Tennessee Titans vs Baltimore Ravens game – watch here.

Commenting on her return and performing ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’, Eden shared,  “I am so happy to be back in the UK again and it was such an honor to represent the USA in London with the American national anthem. The energy was electric and it was so beautiful to stand between the American and British flags for American football in England.”

This week, Brooke will be performing as part of the Song Suffragettes line-up on Saturday, October 21st at Bush Hall alongside Catherine McGrath, Harper Grace and Simeon Hammond Dallas – limited tickets are available here. Following this performance, Eden will make an appearance at G-A-Y.

Brooke’s return to the UK follows the release of her most confident and commanding new project Outlaw Love, on June 9th. The four-song EP takes the listener on a journey from the beginning of her relationship with her wife, on ‘Whispering’, until their first dance song, ‘All My Life’, to which she released the lyric video on their one year anniversary – available to view here. As Eden says of the EP, it is a “look into our unique relationship in country music and a new definition of what it means to be an outlaw.”

Described by Gay Times Magazine as “the queer country superstar we need and deserve,” Brooke has also recently been featured in Attitude, Pink News, Metro, Vogue, Rolling Stone, NPR and The Washington Post. Her music has been played on BBC Radio 2, Virgin Radio Pride, Hits Radio Pride, Apple Music Radio, and Gaydio, where she returned as a guest on Nigel May’s show last weekend (Oct 8). In the US, this summer she’s appeared on ABC News and NBC’s Flipping The Script.