Edison

Herbert

 

 

Guitarist, Composer and Arranger

A rare find on today’s jazz scene, a fine soulful expressive guitarist Edison Herbert produces a very distinctive sound with stylish delivery. He is a masterful jazz improviser whose music falls between Jazz, classical, gospel, R&B and soulful heartfelt compositions.

New Projects on the Horizon

I have two special projects on the horizon. I have been keeping myself extremely busy this past year. I have recorded an album with my trio  called ‘All I Need’. It was recorded at the Cowshed in North London. I invited a guest to join the trio on certain numbers on the recording. The process was an amazing journey and now we are getting ready to share it with you. A release date has not been set but keep watching this space and I will keep you informed.

My second new exciting project ‘Glad You Came’ is soon to be recorded. The Arts Council have awarded a grant for the recording which is collection of eclectic songs that I have written mixed with arrangements of songs from a couple of my favourite artists. I am currently using this time to prepare the material. All being well the studio date with my exciting new line up is scheduled for July 2020. I will be sharing this journey with you and hopefully spread some joy along the way with our collective experiences and through my music.

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