Bryan Edington is an acoustic guitarist and singer-songwriter who performs throughout Northern Indiana and Southern Michigan. His lyrics are thought provoking and uplifting. He is proficient at many instruments incuding guitar, bass, and mandolin, and is a master of fingerstyle and lead guitar. He plays many different styles of music from folk and blues to rock and ragtime. Bryan's shows are a diverse mixture of musical genres.
His influences include The Beatles, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Santana, Led Zepplin, Jeff Beck, Steve Howe, Chet Atkins, Muriel Anderson, and Leo Kottke.
Bryan's self produced first album has received airplay on several radio stations in the northern Indiana region. The album was chosen as one of the top 25 albums of 1998 by Norm Mast and Al Kinola of WVPE's Back Porch radio program. Bryan has performed his original songs live on WVPE Radio and on FOX 28 TV's morning show and on Cable television.
A seasoned performer, Bryan plays in coffeehouses, restaurants, and bars, as well as small concerts, festivals, and private parties. He has built a reputation as an outstanding musician and vocalist.
Also a renowned guitar instructor, he gives private lessons and workshops in Michiana. He has taught music for ten years and has written a lesson book for beginning guitar.