Edge is a unique musical group that is consistently working to make a lasting mark on music. With brothers Ben Edge and Colin Edge, David Sposato, Steven Washington II, and Steven 'X' Holcomb, Edge has been making music in the Dallas/Fort Worth area for over 4 years. Edge has a style that is fresh and bold – a tasteful blend of rock and soul that is both energetic and melodic. Their music is lyrically thoughtful and positive with a message of hope and reality. With an enthusiastic live show and a strong commitment to fans, Edge is passionate about making great music and sharing it onstage and in the studio.
Edge's influences run from Dave Matthews Band, John Legend and John Mayer to oldies like Michael Jackson, and Gospel music like Israel & New Breed.
What sets Edge apart:
Edge loves what they do; Edge plays at a musical and professional level that exceeds their ages [Colin – 20, Ben – 20, David – 20, Stephen – 21, Steven – 22]. Their style is called Rock/Soul, it’s a unique blend of the music their parents listened to and what they have grown up on. Their music delivers a positive message, while also being energetic and musically enjoyable.
For Booking Contact:
Ben Edge - Lead Guitar/BGVs
Colin Edge - Rhthym Guitar/Lead Vocals
David Sposato - Bass Guitar
Stephen 'X' Holcomb - Keys/BGVs
Steven Washington II - Drums
Goodnews | Badnews Released in May 2009.
On Itunes & CDBaby
Edge is played on KVTT 91.7FM, 89.7 PowerFM, KTCU 88.7FM, and Dubious Mindbomb on Live365.com.
Edge has worked with Tanya Vece and TVPR for publicity recently.
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Who: Edge What: An extremely talented rock/soul group. They manage to combine those two genres wi...Who: Edge
What: An extremely talented rock/soul group. They manage to combine those two genres without letting it sound like elevator music and throw in a little bit of everything.
On the Web: myspace.com/edge
Sounds Like: Maroon 5 and John Legend
Standout Single: “Useless to Pretend”
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If Maroon 5, Dave Matthews Band, and John Mayer somehow gave birth to a lovechild... you'd get the b...If Maroon 5, Dave Matthews Band, and John Mayer somehow gave birth to a lovechild... you'd get the band Edge. This college-aged band from Dallas uniquely blends classic rock with some full-body soul. It's the perfect balance between good, fun music and surprisingly deep lyrics.
This talented band writes their own songs and has been playing together for over 4 years. Colin Edge, the talented lead singer, has a voice reminiscent of Adam Levine of Maroon 5. Ben Edge, the lead guitar player, is the man behind the loud lean guitar licks and is actually Colin Edge's older brother. Perhaps this closer than close brotherly bond is a big reason why Edge's lead guitar and voice harmoniously compliment each other so brilliantly in passages in their song "Useless to Pretend". David Sposato, on the bass, provides the funky bass line that the almost hypnotizes all fans to get up and move their bodies to. Last but not least, Edge's jammin' drummer, Steven Washington II, provides the band with complex rhythms while keeping the constant heartbeat of the band on track. It is not one member of this group that makes this band phenomenal though, it's all of their combined talents that fit together like pieces of a puzzle.
Sure they sound promising, but would they be worth going to a concert and seeing them live? If you like going to a rockin' concert and being so in the moment that you forget about all of life's little stresses, than Edge is for you. Edge's live shows have been known to provide more high energy than an entire case of red bull. During the show, this band will keep you up on your feet. With such a unique live experience, it's hard not to be won over.
Take it from me, these guys are going to make it.
Carry The World
Useless To Pretend
3 O' Clock
Doesn't Even Matter
Meant To Do
Give That Away
Holding My Breath
Welcome To Life
We do covers such as, but not limited to: Message In a Bottle (The Police), Gone (Switchfoot), Beautiful Day (U2), Beat It (Michael Jackson), Sunday Morning (Maroon 5), Yellow (Coldplay), Computer Blue (Prince), Waitin' on the World to Change (John Mayer).
Sets are usually 45 minutes to an hour (plus).
There are no upcoming dates at this time.