New York, NY, June 20, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Award-winning Canadian indie rock singer/songwriter, Ed Roman has announced his first concert dates in New York City and Philadelphia, PA. Ed will be performing acoustic versions of songs from his eclectic and prolific catalog, including tracks from his latest critically acclaimed album, Letters From High Latitudes. Among the dates, is a July 26th showcase at the legendary NYC club, The Bitter End. Legends like Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Neil Diamond, Jim Croce and a who's who of music icons have all performed at the famous venue.
Confirmed tour dates are:
July 25th - Otto's Shrunken Head, New York, NY; 7pm
July 26th - The Bitter End, New York, NY; 7:30pm
July 27th - Piano's, New York, NY; 9pm
July 28th - Parkside Lounge, New York, NY; 8pm
July 29th - TBD, Philadelphia, PA
Please contact venues for ticket information and age restrictions.
Ed Roman has performed at Red Gorilla Music Festival in Austin, TX, Millennium Music Conference in Harrisburg, PA and Singer Songwriter Cape May in Cape May, NJ, among other notable venues.
Ed Roman is an Award-winning singer/songwriter, performer and multi-instrumentalist from Shelburne, Ontario, Canada. Blurring the lines between pop, rock, folk, and country music genres, Ed’s uniquely crafted songs have received regular rotation on more than 100 terrestrial radio stations across North America. Ed is a 2014 Artists Music Guild Award Nominee and a 2014 Artists In Music Award Nominee. He is also a 2014 International Music and Entertainment Association Award Winner and a two-time Indie Music Channel Award winner. Recently, Ed traveled to Jamaica to deliver much-needed humanitarian aid to the island, while shooting the music video for “Jamaica.” His current album, Letters From High Latitudes (an homage to his Ontario home) is a critically-acclaimed vehicle for Ed’s socio-political, earthly-conscious and globally-aware messages. This earthy, funky and magical mix of music has earned Ed Roman airplay chart recognition and won over legions of fans around the world, known as “Ed Heads.”