This folk-rock quartet through the Washington, D.C./suburban Virginia area was just shaped in 1991, but they’ve swiftly become favorites for the folk festival circuit making use of their jazzy, rootsy mixture of folk-rock. The group’s recognition grew using the development of Triple A (adult recording alternative) r / c within the 1990s, and their crossover charm avoided them from becoming labeled solely a folk work. Made up of Julie Murphy (vocals), Robbie Schaefer (acoustic guitar and vocals), Eddie Hartness (percussion and vocals) and Michael Clem (acoustic guitar, bass, harp and vocals), the quartet arrived together in north Virginia when longtime close friends Schaefer and Clem made a decision to type an acoustic rock and roll trio with Murphy, a shared friend from senior high school choir. Hartness was recruited immediately after the group’s development to include percussion remedies. A year later on, Clem and Murphy could actually leave their day time jobs as well as the band started to attract developing crowds to its residency display on Tuesday evenings at NEGATIVE TRAITS Grille in Arlington, VA. They got the name Eddie from Ohio from Hartness, whose sweetheart started phoning him “Eddie from Ohio” after eD fROMOHIO, an associate from the now-defunct group fIREHOSE. Within their fairly brief lifestyle, the neo-folk/folk-rock band’s audio continues to be in comparison to 10,000 Maniacs, the Indigo Women, Crosby, Stills and Nash, and Shawn Colvin, but their eclectic strategy offers appealed to well-educated music enthusiasts: they artfully mix bluegrass, folk, calypso, jazz, acoustic blues and pop and rock and roll melodies. Their eclectic beliefs is a representation of their affects: Clem and Schaefer cite Bruce Cockburn, Lyle Lovett and Shawn Colvin, while Hartness’ likes run toward alternate rock, like the Crimson Popular Chili Peppers and Pearl Jam. Business lead vocalist Murphy was raised hearing 1940s jazz, including Billie Vacation as well as the music from the Gershwins. In its six many years of lifestyle, the group offers played to event crowds from NY to Colorado and created four albums for his or her own Virginia Spirit Information label. Eddie From Ohio released its 4th recording in 1997, Big Sound. Their earlier produces consist of I Rode Fido House (1995), Actually Not really (1993), along with a Juggler On His Cutting blades (1992).
|1||Biography in: "American National Biography". Supplement 1, pp. 13-15. New York: Oxford University Press, 2002.|
|2||Inducted into the Thoroughbred Racing Hall of Fame in 1958.|
|3||Only jockey to ride two horses to Thoroughbred racing's triple crown: Whirlaway in 1941 and Citation in 1948.|
|Kentucky||1938||Kentucky Derby Jockey (uncredited)|
|Night of 100 Stars III||1990||TV Movie||Himself|
|The Way It Was||1976-1977||TV Series||Himself|
|The Mike Douglas Show||1962-1969||TV Series||Himself - Jockey / Himself|
|The Mike Wallace Interview||1957||TV Series||Himself|
|Races to Remember||1956||Documentary short||Himself|
|The Ed Sullivan Show||1951-1955||TV Series||Himself|
|What's My Line?||1951||TV Series||Himself - Mystery Guest|
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|1||Once a guy starts wearing silk pajamas it's hard to get up early.|
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