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Buzz Buzz Buzz Presents Edd Donovan and The Wandering Moles

Buzz Buzz Buzz Presents Edd Donovan and The Wandering Moles

Supported by Chris Cundy

Edd Donovan is a highly distinctive singer and songwriter with a rare, original talent. His sound is heartfelt – comforting, yet challenging – wise. Originally from Merseyside, he has made his home in Cheltenham.

His critically acclaimed début album, Something To Take The Edge Off, was released in April 2014. The album garnered high praise in the press and radio. Edd’s professional experience as a Social Worker has inspired a number of his songs and The Guardian’s article on Edd The Singing Social Worker gained his songwriting international attention. Edd's first single from the album House On Fire was inspired by Andrea Ashworth's memoir, Once In A House On Fire. It became the signature tune of the album and is 'A remarkable complex analysis of a child's experience of domestic violence' R2. On the back of the album, Edd embarked on a hugely successful, extensive UK tour; both solo and with his band, The Wandering Moles.

Edd has opened for various contemporary folk songwriters and americana artists including Scott Matthews, Reg Meuross, Boo Hewerdine, Eliza Carthy, Devon Sproule, John Smith, John Southworth and Micah P. Hinson. He has played festival stages, as a solo artist through to a full band show, including Bristol Folk Festival, Wychwood Festival, Gate to Southwell Festival, Green Gathering, Blissfields, Altitude VF.

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