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Edewaard / Bio

Matthew William Edewaard (born April 13, 1990), known by his mononym Edewaard, is an independent American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, touring artist, & producer. He has written, performed, recorded, & published 6 albums; 4 of which Edewaard produced himself. Edewaard's music is often noted as being reflective of classic Rock/Pop & New Wave, carrying influences reminiscent of artists from the late 70's & early 80's. The albums are typically riddled with short, punchy, melodic tracks focused heavily on the lyricism. Edewaard is also a song-writer & producer for the New York based, non-profit organization, Songs of Love; dedicated to providing personalized songs for children and teens facing tough medical, physical, or emotional challenges.
Edewaard continues to tour with his live band, & has recently finished the upcoming record entitled 'Why Not?'. The release date of which will remain undetermined until adequate management/representation has been found. You can find Edewaard's music on Pandora, iTunes, Spotify, & Rhapsody. (www.edewaard.com)

"Edewaard has a sound that is both all their own, yet eerily familiar." -Convozine

"Smooth, melodic, & laid back sound that I just eat up." -Skope Magazine

“If I had to describe this band's sound with just one word, it would be 'rich'. The songs straddle the line between rock & pop, but it's the textures that really grab the attention; you don't so much listen to these songs as you find yourself surrounded by them." -Incognito Magazine

General Info

Artist Name
Edewaard
Home Page
http://www.reverbnation.com/edewaard
Active Since
01/13
Genres
Rock / Classic Rock n' Roll / Acoustic Rock

Contact Info

Location
Springfield, OR

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