Independent Celebration, Vol.1
In Germany the song "Two Yellow Roses" is released on the compilation: "Independent Celebration, Vol.1" (Birdstone Records)
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Ed Romanoff's voice can be gruff but is always earthy and matured - yet it retains an element of fragility. His soft baritone, however, warms heart and soul. Not surprisingly one might be tempted to make the association with Leonard Cohen...and like Mr. Cohen, Ed Romanoff tells some of the best stories in the world of singer/songwriters. In fact, stories are his lifeblood. Their source stems from observing people and their weaknesses, personal experiences and well-observed idiosyncrasies and oddities.
Soon after Ed opted to take a DNA test to feel closer to his Russian father, who had passed away many years before. He received the shock of his life, when he learned that the father he grew up with was not his biological father after all. The DNA results of several tests confirmed heritage was actually from Ireland. Ed Romanoff's latest album "The Orphan King" talks about subjects like this and many more. Critics all over the world fell in love with the record among them ROLLING STONE magazine who rated 4 out of 5 stars and vinyl magazine MINT praised the album: "There are not many records that musically put a bracket on a whole genre and are suitable for a blueprint to a musical passion formulated to perfection - Bruce Springsteen's 'Nebraska' would be one, or 'Songs Of Love And Hate' by Leonard Cohen. Of course, mentioning these two is no coincidence, because 'The Orphan King' shares much inspiration with these milestones."
|2018,Sept 17||Green Note||London, UK|
|2018,Sept 18||Paradiso||Amesterdam, Netherlands|
|2018,Sept 19||Whelan's||Dublin, Ireland|
|2018,Sept 22||Kilkenny||Dublin, Ireland|
|2018,Sept 24||Murphy's||Ballymore Eustace,Co KIldare, Ireland|