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Glendora, CA
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Portrait of Ed Luna
Hello eveyone my name is Ed Luna. The first 18 years of my life were spent in Compton, California. Being raised in the sixties, needless to say I listened to alot of soul and r&b. And yet I was a Beatles fan as well as early British Rock. So as a writer when appropriate I try to combine the two styles. I like to write commercial music with substance. Did my first gig at ten and never stopped. I did my first road gig in Alaska at nineteen. Don't ask me how it went, can't remember. Later I played with Side Effect and The L.A. Boppers. The latter is when I first started writing. I co-wrote "In the Meantime" which is sung by Miki Howard and "Boppin" which features a trombone solo by Wayne Henderson,
( you can hear these song by going to Vance Maddog Tenort on myspace). So if you have a free moment relax and give my music a listen. I am playing all parts either by way of guitar,vocals, percussion, or keyboards. "In the Muddylands of New Orleans" was written about the devastation of hurricane Katrina and "Sister" is a personal apology to my sis who suddenly died without us being able to resolve some issues. I miss her. Finally, I want to say that music can be a powerful tool. And when done right it can change minds and minds can change the world ...... for the better! Peace
 
 
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