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Ed Neiderhiser

Ed was raised in Erie PA. He has been playing trumpet for more than 50 years. At age 5 he attended a high school band concert that featured a trumpet soloist. This event stuck with him and he started playing trumpet in 7th grade. He was involved with concert and marching band at McDowell High School in Erie and also in the Erie Junior Philharmonic Orchestra. “I was introduced to jazz by my music teacher who played Maynard Ferguson records for me. I quickly found my way to Miles, Duke, Monk, and Trane and was hooked for life.” Ed attended Thiel College in Western PA graduating in 1969, with a major in history and minor in Greek

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W&E Swing: Moonshine

Read "Moonshine" reviewed by Wade Luquet

Through a chance meeting at a weekly jam session at Round Guys Brewery in Lansdale, Pennsylvania, a group of musicians became friends and began to gel as a group. The jam organizer Mike Mahomet, has a small recording studio blocks away and invited the talented group to record some tunes. The group known as W&E Swing ...


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