Eddie Bush Group

Playing guitar practically since he could walk, Eddie Bush was inspired by a passionate love of artists like Glen Campbell, Elvis, The Beatles and The Osmond Brothers to develop his natural singing talent. By twelve Eddie discovered the larger-than-life theatrics of Kiss and, as he remembers, “I knew there was absolutely no question I would have my own band. Jimi Hendrix and Eddie Van Halen really helped me develop my playing style and for several years, it was all about guitar for me.” He’d formed his first band before he hit Junior High and was playing club dates as lead guitarist and singer with his own original rock bands by age sixteen. Eddie has continued to build a strong following as an in-demand live performer known for his eclectic set lists, charismatic stage presence and virtuoso guitar licks. “Once I decided that music would be my career,” Eddie recalls, “I was completely dedicated to becoming a great guitar player.” A major moment on Eddie’s career evolution happened when he discovered Texas guitarist Eric Johnson. “I saw Eric play here in town and was absolutely blown away,” he says. “I started learning about him and getting into his playing.” Unbeknownst to Eddie, Eric was also a fan of his. “Eric’s manager contacted me and asked if I would open some shows for him doing an acoustic set. Eric felt that I had such a good singing voice and talent as a songwriter that the flashy guitar playing was pigeonholing me. With Eric’s gu...

Related Artist

Top Tracks

comments powered by Disqus

© 2015 - 2021 YouMusic by YouProject