Come Play Guitar with Ed May 16-19, 2014
Ed offers a weekend workshop at the beautiful Wild Orchard Guest Farm in Deerfield, NH. The workshop begins with a welcome dinner on Friday night followed by a private concert by Ed.
Students enjoy two full days of intensive guitar exploration. The format is Masterclass style with everyone receiving plenty of individual attention. On Sunday all are encouraged to participate in the student concert.
Students should have at least two years of fingerstyle guitar playing experience.
Call (603) 664-7200 for more info and to register.
Sold Out. Waiting List being kept
"There and Gone" is a mix of unique and original compositions and compelling covers. Mostly solo guitar with occasional overdubs of bass, Weissenborn guitar, lap steel and additional acoustic guitars. Covers include "I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry," "Imagine/Across The Universe," "Killing the Blues" and a fresh take on Leo Kottke's lovely "Three Quarter North."
For the Weissenborn fans who've asked; yes, there are a couple of Weissenborn tunes on there and they were a lot of fun to do. "Rye Whiskey Mash" has about the loosest timing I've ever heard, and I got to use a bunch of old and new Weissenborns on it. A drunken chorus of Weissenborns, what's better than that? –Ed
" ...some of the richest steel-string sounds you’ve ever heard."
- Andy Ellis Premier Guitar Magazine
There and Gone includes:
- There and Gone
- There it Goes
- I'm So Lonesome I Could Cry
- On A Pennsylvania Hill
- Last To Know
- Rye Whiskey Mash
- Heart Like a Wheel
- Kept Walking
- Killing the Blues
- Three Quarter North
- A Little Further
- Imagine/Across the Universe
- First To Know
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Includes Tab and Musical Notation.
A huge thanks to Mark Herndon and Chief Noda for being the driving force for getting Ed's music out there in print!!
The book includes: Avalon Train, 5 to 99, Just a Closer Walk with Thee Little Road, Sunnyland, Sunday Street Stroll, Luna Suite, No.7, Coventry Carol, All Throught the Night
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“This soulful album of original compositions rich in melody, chordal complexity and stylistic variety proves why Gerhard is considered to have the most exquisite acoustic guitar tone on the planet.”
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3/15 The Seacoast Repertory Theatre
125 Bow St., Portsmouth, NH 8pm
(603) 433-4472 seacoastrep.org
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Visit Ed's Tour Dates Page for complete list of shows. Click Here.
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