Brigid Boden is a singer from Dublin, Ireland.

After a childhood spent in Dublin, she studied dance there and in New York City, culminating in a scholarship to the Dance Theatre of Harlem. She then moved to London to focus on songwriting.

After sending demo recordings to producer and musician Kevin Armstrong, she signed with A&M/PolyGram Records and released one album in 1996, whose lead single "Oh, How I Cry" peaked at #44 on Billboard's Hot Dance Music/Club Play charts in 1997 because of a remix by Todd Terry. A&M was absorbed by Interscope Records in 1999, and Boden did not release any new material until 2007, when a second album was released by Universal Records.

Brigid has recorded music for several sound tracks including- Dead Man Walking and Lord of the Rings/War of the Rings and has recently begun recording her third album.