Ed Breazeale Group

Ed Breazeale Group

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The Ed Breazeale Group is a dynamic performing ensemble capable of creating a wide variety of aesthetics. The group looks to synergize the interests of the creative music fan and the music promoter creating mutually beneficial relationships.

Biography

Ed Breazeale is a drummer who loves to perform and entertain. Ed was born and raised in Raleigh, North Carolina. He began playing drums at age 10 and started playing professionally at age 14. In 1995, Ed moved to Cincinnati, Ohio to study at the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music. While in school Ed maintained a busy performance schedule, having the opportunity to play styles of music ranging from symphonic to country and western. In August of 2001 Ed left Cincinnati for Chicago. Since moving Ed has been fortunate enough to perform with a number of local noteables. These include: Bobby Broom, Steve Million, Ryan Cohan, Scott Burns, and Larry Gray among others. Also, Ed has shared the stage with jazz luminaries such as: Cyrus Chesnut, Maria Schnieder, Billy Hart, Jim Snidero, Tim Ries and Brad Goode. Ed has been a featured performer with the Louisville Symphony Orchestra, and the CCM Philharmonia.
The recordings contained in the EPK feature The Ed Breazeale Group. This group performs together regularly throughout Chicago and the surrounding area. They are an acoustic jazz group performing original music and arrangements of jazz, pop, latin, and R&B music. This group is capable of creating a wide variety of aesthetics. It’s members play styles of music spanning the gamut of sounds heard today. Thank you for your time and interest. Ed hopes you enjoy the music and looks forward to working for your mutual benefit.

Discography

Just Beyond
Ed Breazeale 2006
Now charting on over 300 radio staitons worldwide!

Gratitude
Ed Breazeale 2001

Set List

Our set list varies depending on the size of the venue and the considerations of the management. For situations where volume is a consideration we typically play arrangements of traditional jazz material. For larger venues and listening crowds we focus mainly on the group's original repitoire.