Blues woman Eden Brent is known for rowdy piano and raspy vocals, but she is much more than her signature boogie-woogie stomps and her juke-joint blues holler. Known as “Little Boogaloo”, she is the protégé of legendary pianist Boogaloo Ames. In addition to her lively performances, Brent offers educational programs and workshops, such as Blues in the Schools and Boogie-Woogie and Blues Piano, as well as blues piano demonstrations and panel discussions examining Mississippi Blues and blues women. This three-time Blues Music Award winner is a celebrated songwriter and dynamic performer who entered the national scene after winning the International Blues Challenge in 2006. A former MAC Folk Arts Fellowship recipient, Brent is recognized as one of today’s leading blues artists and continues the legacy of Mississippi’s female blues trailblazers like Memphis Minnie and Denise LaSalle.