Gerry Casey interviews Eddie Angel
Making a Scene presents Gerry Casey’s interview with Eddie Angel
Eddie Angel – captivating British guitar player, vocalist and songwriter. Charismatic personality, great showman and artist. Living in London.
Having started his art expression with painting he moved on to guitar soon to be seen astounding people with his skills. Has since played with many musicians from styles as diverse as punk and soul, sharing stages with Keith Levine, Bill Hurley, The Kings of rhythm, Hank Marvin, Walter Wolfman Washington, Big Joe Tuner Memphis Blues, The Vibrators, Leon Blue, Todd Sharpville Band, Gary Granger, Jimmy Thomas, Earl Thomas, Mark Olbrich Blues Eternity playing guitar across Great Britain, Ireland, Spain, Norway, Denmark, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia Lithuania, Latvia, USA and Caribbeans. Along with Jack Bruce’s musicians he was a part of Ronnie Scott’s Club house band.
Always true to guitar as his love of life, he effectively brings together simplicity and quality in his songs, making them great stories with great guitar lines and rock and roll expression. Imagine Johnny Cash meeting Satan at a hairdresser while racing on a knife edge, all in black, breaking audience’s hearts while chewing gum and effortlessly shooting razor sword sharp riffs like the devil on the run – this is Eddie Angel, a British Rock’n’roll Vampire!