This UK act continues to be mixing up the rhythms of reggae and ska with traditional English folk tunes because the mid-80s, initially beneath the name Edward II AS WELL AS THE Red Hot Polkas, and latterly as e2K. Produced in Notting Hill, London, Britain in 1985, the initial line-up of Edward THE NEXT AS WELL AS THE Red Sizzling hot Polkas highlighted Tom Greenhalgh (electric guitar/vocals), Jon Moore (electric guitar/vocals), Barney Stradling (electric guitar), John Gill (bass), Steve Goulding (drums), Danny Stradling (percussion), Fishing rod Stradling (melodeon), and Dave Haines (melodeon). The music group produced their debut for Cooking Vinyl fabric Information in 1987 with Allow’s Polka Steady!, nonetheless it was being a live action they produced their name with some pulsating gigs at celebrations through the entire UK and European countries. Further enhancements to the liquid line-up through the past due 80s included Neil Yates (trumpet), Lorna Bailey (vocals), John Hart (trombone), Gavin Clear (tenor saxophone), and Alton Zebby (drums), most of who produced their debut over the amazing Two Stage To Heaven. The record was the music group’s second, after their debut, to become made by the Mad Teacher. In the beginning of the 90s the music group shortened their name to Edward II, with Moore, Yates and Zebby became a member of by new associates Tee Carthy (bass), Glen Latouche (vocals), Rees Wesson (melodeon/accordion), and rapper McKilla on 1991’s Wicked Guys. Simon Treatment (melodeon; ex-Albion Music group) joined up with Edward II within the middle-90s, featuring over the studio room albums Zest which Method Up. Zebby, Latouche, and Carthy elected to keep the music group following the discharge of the last mentioned, bringing the traditional line-up of Edward II to a finish. Moore, Yates, and Treatment relaunched the music group in the brand new millennium as e2K, mining a richer African seam by using participant Kwame Yeboah. Additional new people included Albion Music group vocalist Kellie While.