About Bekah Eden

Virginia Beach singer, songwriter, musician and recording artist Bekah Eden hails from a small town in Southern Virginia, and twenty-seven years later has emerged from the confines of farm life to share her stories with the world through her music. Eden began taking private lessons for violin and piano at age nine, and as a teenager began to sing in local schools and churches, which opened the door to further opportunities at state and national singer/musician competitions where she received rave reviews for her unique talent.

In 2006, Eden studied Music Education at Old Dominion University. In the summer of 2008 Eden was signed locally to produce a pop album entitled “Unexpected,” on the Dream21 label with Grammy Winning Producer Curtis Key. Eden later graduated with a Bachelor in Arts Degree in 2009.

In 2010 Eden began to work as a successful small business owner under Bekah Eden. Inc., offering music instruction and talent development to students locally and nationally. Eden also built a reputation as a well known cause artist, working for charitable organizations such as Harvesting Happiness for Heroes, a national pending 501 © (3) nonprofit organization, benefitting post combat veterans and their families challenged with the invisible symptoms of PTSD and TBI.  Eden’s song In Between for HH4Heroes.org, available on iTunes, garnered the attention of renowned Malibu producer and founder of the Malibu Music Awards, Terence Davis in 2012. Bekah is the recipient of the prestigious 2012 Malibu Music Awards as Best Upcoming Female Artist of the Year for her inspirational and philanthropic songwriting. From California music hangout venues like: Sunset Restaurant, Kristy’s, Spruzzo’s, and the Malibu Inn, to the prestigious stages of Utah’s Sundance Resort, and Virginia’s Norva, and Sandler Center, Bekah Eden has a powerful and genuine impact on every audience.

Eden continues to gain attention from both the media and the public through local and national performances on stage for: TEDxMalibu, Hampton Roads Has Talent, the Virginia State Fair, the Malibu Music Awards, Harvesting Happiness/Wounded Warrior Project  to interview features and performances on WAVY TV/Fox43, Harvesting Happiness Talk Radio, The Mary Beth Wells Hour, FHR Radio, Teen Talk Radio and features in national outlets such as Yahoo News, Salt Lake City Tribune, Google News,CBS, HuffPost, MSNBC, SiloBreaker, PR-News and the Malibu Patch.