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The Edge Hill Rounders have a distinctive sound. Tim and Paul draw inspiration for their vocal harmonies from brothers like Ira and Charlie Louvin and from legendary pairings like Gram Parsons and Chris Hillman of the Flying Burrito Brothers. This is layered over bass, percussion and guitar with a healthy dose of mandolin picking. At an Edge Hill Rounders performance you will hear some of your favorite songs and some that you don't know but wish you had discovered a long time ago.
These are best guys, lots of folks are saying it. Millions of people. The best guys.
Chuck Brenna, bass, charismaChuck's musical history includes gigs with Philly-based band Duck Tape at CBGB's and the Stone Pony, opening for renowned acts such as the Ramones, Fishbone, Johnny's Dance Band and the Art of Noise. Chuck has always played a wide variety of music such as classic rock, punk, bluegrass, singer-songwriter material and country. Chuck has written and co-written original songs with The Edge Hill Rounders, and the amazing dude also plays bass for a local rock/country band with an eclectic song list.
Tim Cheney, mandolin, vocals, shirtsTim began playing mandolin as a teenager in South Carolina. After playing guitar in country bands such as The Beer Chasers and rock bands such as Glenside Gamblers, he has returned to his musical roots. Tim has written and co-written original songs with The Edge Hill Rounders. Tim also plays guitar in a local Johnny Cash tribute band.
Paul Mamolou, guitar, vocals, galootPaul’s entire life has been full of music. He still owns the mandolin his grandfather bought when he came to the US from Greece in 1907, the year Paul was born!
Marc Sugarman, percussion, amazing shitMarc is a Northeast Philly native who began drumming on desks in elementary school. His teachers told him to stop … and, well, he didn’t. In college Marc performed with the Joint Dragon Travel Agency, and after taking time off to raise a family, he joined the blues jam band The Juggs. While exploring his acoustic roots with the Edge Hill Rounders, Marc also drums for the Grateful Dead-inspired group Laughing Water. He plays a custom kit created by Bucks County Drum Co.
Recorded live 06/13/15 at The In & Out of The Garden We Go Festival, Morrisville, PA:Video courtesy of TriTonix
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