Playing your favorite acoustic classic rock songs.

With Spring Street on hiatus, Ed is playing solo acoustic guitar shows around the Tri-Lakes area featuring classic rock from the Beatles, Eagles, The Who, James Taylor, Elton John, Kansas, Emerson Lake and Palmer, Led Zeppelin, Paul Simon and many others.

Check out Ed's Albums

Millennium Guitar


Ed has appeared at LPCA, The Waterhole, The Crowne Plaza, The Cellar, Zig Zags, P-2's Irish Pub, Keene Back Porch Music Series, Smoke Signals, The Downhill Grill, Bluseed Studios, Pan Dolce, Wilmington Beach, Delta Blue and The Cabin at Northwoods Inn, The Cottage at Mirror Lake Inn, The Cowboy, Daffest, The Cloudspin Lounge, Tupper Lake SnowBall, Little WolfStock, Farm2Fork Fest, I Love BBQ Festival, Lake Placid Historical Society, Harrietstown Town Hall, and other popular venues and events around the Tri-Lakes area.

Here's Ed playing
Sultans of Swing

Upcoming Shows:
Feb 28, 2020P-2's Irish Pub
Mar 6, 2020Global Arts Festival Kickoff Party at LP Pub and Brewery (with Spring Street)

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Ed is a member of ASCAP

A Short Bio

After making his debut at the age of 15 with The Street Corner Society Band, Ed took the NYC circuit by storm. Over the next 15 years, Ed played professionally with such notable groups as Time Trap, Jason Exit, People Next Door, The Runaways, Cage, The East Coast Band, Infinite Space and Marley's Ghost.

During the 80's and 90's, Ed honed his skills on acoustic and classical guitar, playing selections by such artists as Steve Howe, Al DeMeola and Andres Segovia. This culminated in the release of Ed's critically acclaimed solo album, Millennium Guitar.

Next, Ed collaborated via the internet with a keyboard player in Texas and together they formed Dreamship, the virtual band. In early 2002, Dreamship released their original album, Ancestral Voyage, the first Internet Album.

After moving to the Adirondacks, Ed was first seen with Bitter-Sweet, Trouble In Paradise, and Split Rock before handling lead guitar with Spring Street.

In his free time, Ed enjoys fishing, computer programming, amateur radio and astronomy and is a founding member of the Adirondack Public Observatory.