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Terry Edwards

b. 10 August 1960, Hornchurch, Essex, Britain. Among the unsung heroes of the united kingdom music picture, multi-instrumentalist Edwards spent some time working with countless performers as a employed hands while also touring and documenting with his very own bands, especially the Scapegoats. Edwards discovered to try out the trumpet, piano, and electric guitar at college, and received a saxophone for his eighteenth birthday. After departing school he proceeded to go into further education, learning for a level in music in the School of East Anglia. During this time period he produced the Higsons with Charlie ‘Change’ Higson, Stuart McGeachin, Simon Charterton and Colin Williams. The quintet continued to enjoy some minimal UK indie strikes between 1980 and 1986. Following break-up from the Higsons, Edwards produced Butterfield 8 with ex-Madness bass participant Tag Bedford. The duo released a solitary record, 1988’s jazz and blues-tinged Blow. Edwards started recording solo materials in the beginning of the pursuing decade, reinventing music with the Jesus And Mary String, the Fall and Mls Davis for three EPs released on Jacko Boogie’s Stim label and afterwards put together on 1993’s Has, Salutes & Executes. Within the middle-90s Edwards shaped the Scapegoats, an experienced ensemble whose playful method of music making noticed them tackling pop, jazz, blues and rock and roll ‘n’ move with similar aplomb. Edwards as well as the Scapegoats produced their documenting debut in 1995 with ‘Women And Young boys’. The wonderful MY PARTNER Doesn’t Understand Me, offering the acerbic ‘Margaret Thatcher, We Still Hate You’, implemented later in the entire year. Since the past due 80s onwards, Edwards provides balanced his single career with intensive amount of time in the studio room and on the live circuit being a program musician. The set of performers with whom he provides performed contains Yeah Jazz, Madness, Gallon Drunk, David Grey, PJ Harvey, Billy Bragg, Jimi Tenor, Lydia Lunchtime, Spiritualized, Nick Cave, as well as the Tindersticks. In 2002, Edwards performed using the Scapegoats on the David Bowie -curated Meltdown celebration in London.

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