Pianist, vocalist and songwriter Eden Brent released her debut over the Memphis-based Yellow Pup Information label, “Mississippi NUMBER 1,” in Apr, 2008. Brent should end up being a breathing of oxygen on the frequently guitar-dominated modern blues picture. Her debut record shows great guarantee, with sparkling primary music and spry agreements, many of them centering around what she understands greatest: the Mississippi Delta area around Greenville. Brent continues to be described by several reviewers as you component Bessie Smith, one component Janis Joplin and one component Diana Krall, while some have likened her to Dinah Washington, Sarah Vaughan and Norah Jones. On “Mississsippi NUMBER 1,” [called for the highway her parents’ home was situated on,] she very easily fuses components of blues, jazz, spirit, gospel and pop. Brent’s initial big break to a wider market may have been her 2006 earn in the Acoustic Blues category in the International Blues Problem, an annual competition kept in Memphis that’s administered with the Memphis-based Blues Base. Ahead of that, she apprenticed and proved helpful hand and hand with Delta blues expert Boogaloo Ames for 16 years. She went to college on the School of North Tx, where she examined jazz structure and functionality, but she got her post-graduate education on the highway with Ames, vacationing around Mississippi with older people musician and hosting both his 70th and 80th birthday celebrations. “Mississippi NUMBER 1” showcases Brent’s capability to incorporate unforgettable phrases into unforgettable music, but she also addresses songs from the Gershwin’s, “THE PERSON I REALLY LIKE,” Joe McCoy’s “THE TREND IS TO Do Best,” and the original song about undesirable pregnancy, “Careless Like.” She also addresses several songs compiled by her past due mom, Carole Brent, and dedicates her debut to her. With the proper team of reserving agents, administration and record business support, Brent is a positive push, expanding the frequently thought of guidelines in modern blues, for a long time to come.