Traveling Ed Teja
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Traveling Ed Teja


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“He’s not only at ease in all the different acoustic styles, he’s also a very enjoyable singer, with a little bit Taj Mahal in his voice.”

Marc Nolis – Editor/Owner - RootsTown Music

"'Soft Dreaming Blues'"

'Soft Dreaming Blues'

Master musician Ed Teja, from Silver City, New Mexico, just released his third and solo album 'Soft Dreaming Blues'. Uncluttered and mellow, 'Soft Dreaming Blues' is one of those chilled-out albums that you just push 'play', pour a glass of wine, and simply enjoy. We recently interviewed him about the recording of the album, his career, and more. -


Video and TV Credits
Court TV, Disorder In The Court 2: The 20 More Outrageous Courtroom Moments

Discovery Health Channel —“Drinking Cheap Whiskey” (from UNION CITY BLUES) licensed by: Strictly Sex w Dr. Drew: Am I Normal?

Clown Nose Magic —Provided background music for video for Tri-City AMBUCS (charitable organization) Produced by Jim Greiner —Clearwater, FL

Diving A Dream
Music For Documentary — Produced by Michael Lombardi
Ocean of Opportunity — Providence RI http//

TV Ontario — live performance — Studio 2


June 2007 Program: Churchill Square Home; Brighton, England —Background Instrumental 30 sec.

CD Credits

BLUE LIGHT— Morrhythm Records, Huntington Beach, CA (2008) --jazz instrumentals

SOFT DREAMING BLUES — Morrhythm Records, Huntington Beach, CA (2007) --jazz

THE REAL THING: Kenny Palyola and the New Texas Bluesmen 2003—Featured guitarist on title track. -- Texas Blues

BETTER DAY: Teja & Luke — Acoustic Blues, on Little Dove Records 2002

UNION CITY BLUES — Solo acoustic blues, Float Street Music 2001



Ed Teja’s music can be heard on internationally released CDs, and in film and TV, including the Discovery Health Channel. He has over 25 years experience writing and performing music. His music studies include attending jazz workshops taught by Howard Roberts in Los Angeles, classes at Dick Grove’s Music Workshop, and studying jazz from legendary cellist and pianist Fred Katz.

Over all the years, there has been performing--hit and miss for some periods and intense for others--in venues as far flung as Hong Kong, Merida and Cumana Venezuela, London and Toronto, Canada, St. Martin, to Bequia and around the USA (hence the name, Traveling Ed).