Pick Your Switch

Pick Your Switch

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Award winning songwriter Paul Edelman-"The jangling Sparrow" fronts his new red hot rock trio, Pick Your Switch!
Grabbing one of the tightest and most sought after rhythm sections in the southeast, Edelman brings his lyrically driven songs and journeyman performances to a ferocious Telecaster.

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Biography

Award winning Songwriter and performer Paul Edelman-The jangling Sparrow, fronts his red hot rock trio, Pick Your Switch!

Already being acclaimed by fans and peers throughout the region for their raw and explosive live shows.

Elzy Lindsey (drums) and Dave Baker (bass and harmonies), were one of the most sought after Indie rock rhythm sections in New Orleans, playing together in many of the hottest acts in town since they were teenagers. By the time they relocated to Asheville, they'd been playing together for nearly 20 years.

Edelman, originally from Philadelphia, left as one of the most respected artists in his genre. Paul has shared the stage with some of Americana's biggest acts including The BottleRockets, James McMurtry, Robert Earl Kean, Niko Case, Big Sandy, The Sadies , Slim Cessna, Scott Miller among many others . He has worked with music legends like Jimmy Johnson, founder of Muscle Shoals studio, Nashville session staple drummer Martin Parker (Rickky Skaggs, Patti Loveless) and keyboardist Steve Fordham (Mavis Staples). Upon moving to North Carolina he grabbed winner of the 2009 Flat Rock Music Festival songwriter competition. Now he brings his award winning, lyrically driven song crafting and journeyman performances to a ferocious Telecaster.

It's said that Asheville is a land of harmonic convergence and Pick Your Switch might be proof that it's true.

Discography

Singles;
Heart's A Truck
Gone
Request these songs on 98.1 the River, Asheville
Pick Your Switch is currently recording their debut album

Set List

Heart's A Truck
Gone
Ready Or Not
Year
I'm A Blur
Devil Brought You
Tree That Fell
Bound For Canaan
Rosalie Street
Old Red Song
Last To Ride
Loaded Day
Anyhow