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Entertainer. Singer. Songwriter. Producer. Multi-Instrumentalist. Artist. Visionary. Lover of God and lover of all.
A man of many titles, Atlanta based performer Edward William Callier III carries a message of love, life, and happiness. With him, he brings a passion, a mission, and a raw determination to, in some way, change the lives of those touched by his music.
Born August 10th, 1995 to Joan and Ricky Callier in the city of Portland, Oregon, he was raised in a musical household, home to Multi-Music Studios and frequented by the likes of Nathan East, Cary Simms, and the Debarge Family. In 2000, the family relocated to the small town of Covington, Georgia, just outside of Atlanta.
It was there that he began his musical journey and at a young age, he spent hours upon hours daily writing, practicing, and learning new material. In this household, he was exposed to the music of EWF, Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, Prince, Miles Davis, and more. As he grew older, he began to play and sing around America in churches, at events, and with artists such as Latrese Bush, Taresa Noye, Gary Jenkins from the group "Silk", and more. He began to perform concerts and festivals of various sizes with bands ranging from genres such as R&B, neo-soul, pop, and funk to reggae, rock, fusion, jazz, and more.
In 2015, he briefly attended Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts to study Professional Music as a voice primary before returning to Atlanta to complete his first full project as a solo recording artist, the #LateNightsTurnedEarlyMornings EP, as well as an accompanying film.
He is now in preparation for his first multi-national tour as a solo artist, the "WMAWGOT: We Might As Well Go On Tour" Tour, scheduled for Summer 2016.
What's next? Stay tuned to find out. Welcome to the EXPERIENCE.