Eddie Bush picked up his first guitar when he was four years old and it was “love at first strum". Mesmerized by its sound, Eddie spent hours strumming his father’s “golf club trade in”, and inspired by The Beatles, Elvis, the Osmond Brothers and Glen Campbell, Eddie began to develop his natural singing talent and gift for the guitar at a young age. Barely 12, Eddie discovered the larger-than-life theatrics of KISS and knew then that there was absolutely no question that music was his calling. Touring with renowned guitarist Eric Johnson and opening for artists such as Keith Urban, Ted Nugent, Sammy Hagar, Heart, Alison Krauss, Eddie Money, REO Speedwagon, Jefferson Starship, Georgia Satellites, Montgomery Gentry, Steve Morse, Delbert McClinton, Little River Band, and Charlie Daniels helped prepare Eddie for the national recognition he would receive from his 9/11 anthem “Spirit of America”. Following that success, Eddie appeared live on Fox Channel’s Fox & Friends as well as in our nation’s capitol in front of 30,000 police officers and President Bush, where he performed his tribute to fallen police officers “The Thin Blue Line”. In 2005, Eddie released his self-titled CD and the single “Hard to Stop a Train” garnered Eddie his first Billboard charting single. Shortly thereafter, Eddie became a member of a new trio, One Flew South, which was quickly signed to Decca/Universal. With collaborations from award-winning songwriters JD Souther, Darrell Scott and Marcus Hummon, One Flew South debuted its first album “Last of the Good Guys”, which produced the Billboard Hot Country single “My Kind of Beautiful. In late 2011, Eddie released his first holiday album “Holiday Harmonies” and in 2012 released his much anticipated CALLOUSED HANDS. “I live my life in and around music. It’s all I’ve ever known. The biggest reward is the energy I receive from all the effort that goes in to each project and performance. Music is an evolution. The path isn't always planned, but it is straight ahead!"