On Monday, June 27, vocal powerhouse Brooke Eden will make her morning show debut on NBC’s Today at 9:50 am EST. The performance will mark the first televised performance of her new song “Left You For Me,” which was released earlier this month to critical acclaim and follows her NYC Pride March debut. The deeply personal song is the first from her from her forthcoming EP Choosing You, out July 29th via BBR Music Group/BMG. The five-track EP follows Eden’s 2021 trilogy of releases, and is a personal statement of love, self-acceptance, and resilience. Tune in to NBC’s Today at 9:50 am EST/8:50 am CST to watch Brooke’s performance.
“Growing up, turning on Today was the first thing we did as a family before I went to school every day,” shares Brooke. “Now getting to perform ‘Left You For Me’ – a song about leaving a toxic situation to become your most authentic self – on a show that shaped my view of the world is one of the coolest highlights of my career thus far.”
Over the last few years Country singer on the rise Brooke Eden has carved herself a space in Nashville and has become a force to be reckoned with. Heralded by Billboard as a ‘fiery country star-in-the-making,” Eden has used her personal journey to self-acceptance to create music that is both bold and passionate with the message that it is okay to be who you are. Her new EP, Choosing You, out July 29th via BBR Music Group, flexes Eden’s artistic muscle with unbridled joy stemming from living her authentic life and was produced with longtime collaborator Jesse Frasure (Thomas Rhett, Florida Georgia Like, Little Big Town). She has punctuated this message in the form of a partnership with the RIAA, an open-ended, multi-event-driven campaign designed to show how music can enable our authentic voice, give us purpose, connect us to each other, and give us strength and courage to navigate life’s challenges. In 2021, Brooke came out and publicly embraced who she is as an LGBTQ+ artist. Since making her debut, Eden has shared stages with Country’s biggest stars including Garth Brooks, Tim McGraw, Kane Brown and Keith Urban. Most recently, she made her ACM Awards performance debut, joining Parmalee and Blanco Brown for their platinum multinational No. 1 smash hit “Just the Way.”