Ed Littman, a guitarist whose strongly rock-influenced fusion music falls somewhere within Jeff Beck and John Scofield, graduated from Berklee in 1986. He shortly began executing with a number of Boston-area rings and pursued many music education tasks. He also busied himself composing jingles and film music. In the mean time, he furthered his jazz understanding by learning with Bruce Bartlett and Charlie Banacos. Relocating to NY from Boston in 1994, Littman racked up overall performance and documenting credits with bassist Dwayne Burno and drummers Ian Froman and Tommy Campbell, amongst others. He also became a occupied sideman, playing classes and gigs in a multitude of styles. Littman works together with performers Dori Levine and Sandra Bazzerelli, along with the Thelonious Monk-inspired music group Brilliant Coroners. He also co-leads an organization known as Splat with bassist Danny Zanker and drummer John Bollinger. He produced his documenting debut in 1991 with Seems of Colors, a fresh age disk. After founding his personal Yeahman Information, he released 1999’s My Windows, a encouraging jazz fusion Compact disc that has bassist Tag Egan and drummer Danny Gottlieb.