Edenbrooke Productions is excited to bring artists of the highest quality to your venue.  We provide Country, Pop, folk, Singer-Songwriter and Christian/Worship artists for Festivals, Clubs, Private Events, Churches, Conferences, House Concerts and Camps.  Contact us for details about any of the artists on our roster.

Lauren Lizabeth – Nine North Records pop country artist Lauren Lizabeth is a tiny woman with a huge voice.  In her latest EP To Be Young she sings of overcoming heartbreak, finding resolve in the midst of complicated relationships and the joy of coming out the other side stronger than ever. Originally from Narragansett, Rhode Island, Lauren moved to Nashville in 2016 and immediately went on a whirlwind radio tour in support of Her debut single “To Be Young” which has enjoyed nationwide success spending over 18 weeks on the Billboard Country Charts in 2016-2017.


Kendall Ray – Kendall Ray is a piano pop artist influenced by pop icons Billy Joel and Elton John.  Kendall is originally from St. Louis, MO. which provided a perfect melting pot of musicality. He is versed in country, rock, gospel, pop, jazz and blues. Kendall has performed with some of the biggest names in music. His newest EP A Minor Relapse is produced by legendary musician/vocalist/ percussionist and producer Crystal Taliefero who plays with Billy Joel and has worked with Faith Hill, Garth Brooks, Joe Cocker and many more.


Alexander Wren – Alexander Wren takes a vulnerable approach to indie/folk. His goal is to inspire, empower, and identify with those who need it most. Wren’s first accomplishments as an artist were winning Indiana’s Got Talent and opening for John Tesh before moving to Nashville, TN. His song, “Light to My Path,” was used for a nationwide radio campaign hosted by Salem Communications. Alexander appeared on season 14 of American Idol before embarking on his multi-state tour, playing world renowned venues such as B.B. King’s Blues Club and The Hard Rock Cafe. Alexander recently released his debut EP (The Good In Goodbye), with Nashville producer Micah Tawlks (Matthew Perryman Jones, Jake McMullen, MYZICA). His single, “The Good in Goodbye,” is currently featured on thousands of streaming playlists- including Spotify’s own, “Discover Weekly”.


Michael Ricks– Michael Ricks is a one of kind artist known for infusing Pop/Country, R&B, Soul and Gospel music together to create something all his own.  He is the co-writer of “I Believe in Love ” on the album (You’re the Reason) by Melinda Doolittle of American Idol.  Michael has shared the stage and studio with some of the biggest names in music including, Susan Ashton, Jars of Clay, Buddy Greene, Ashley Cleveland, Wendell Mobely, Bill Cuomo (Producer writer of ” O Sherri” for Steve Perry), and Dan Schaffer (Bad Company, Kansas etc.), among others.  Michael was recently involved in an online contest to land a private audition for the judges of America’s Got Talent where he garnered over 11,000 views and made it to 2nd place in the contest.  


John Martin Keith – Edenbrooke Music artist John Martin Keith is a singer-songwriter and worship artist from Nashville TN. He is passionate about God and music and has over 20 years of experience in the music industry.  Keith has written with some of the biggest names in country and Christian music including Brady Seals (Little Texas, Hot Apple Pie), Mark Irwin (Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks) and Nicole Witt (Ellie Holcomb, Point of Grace) and also writes custom music for TV/Film.  He had three radio singles in different genres in 2016. John Martin has performed in front of thousands from the stage along with artists including Steven Curtis Chapman, Jaci Velasquez, Jonny Diaz, Nickel Creek, Newsong, Salvador, Carl Cartee, Denver and the Mile High Orchestra, Mitch McVicker, plus many more. He is currently recording a new mainstream album Over the Weekend as well as a new worship album The Sounds of Redemption.


The Nashville Blast – It all started when Mike (guitar), David (drums) and Jason (bass) got together to play at Mike’s birthday bash. Later they got John to sing and Rob to add the keyboard magic. They enjoyed just learning and playing all their favorite songs but eventually found that there was a growing interest to hire them for parties and events. Dave (guitar) was the last to join and a vision for getting the show on the road had begun. Wanting to have a name that sounded like a fun party band, they became The Nashville Blast.

The Nashville Blast