After appearing at a charity gig to raise funds for the Tsunami Disaster Appeal, Edgeway were approached by Robert Plant and asked personally to appear with him and his band Strange Sensation!
Edgeway was started in 2001 by Lucy Gill and Jared Bryant in a newly built studio deep in the Wyre Forest.
Drawing on common musical influences, ranging diversely from Massive Attack, Paul Weller & the late Eva Cassidy, the pair began writing, and were soon joined by Danny Gauden (guitar), David Manser (bass) and Steve White (drums).
Since forming, Edgeway continued writing their own original material and developed their own unique style.
Playing at venues across the Midlands, including the Wulfrun in Wolverhampton and Ludlow Fringe Festival, the band received recognition from the industry and media alike, building a fan base and gaining respect amongst the hive of talent in their local area.
After crafting their songs through their live performances, and time in their studio, Edgeway recorded their last demo in February 2005.
After appearing at charity gig to raise funds for the Tsunami Disaster Appeal, the band were approached by Robert Plant and asked personally to appear with him and his new band Strange Sensation.
But sadly the band split in 2008 because of "musical differences".
You can listen to all the latest music from across the two counties on the Friday Session, every week from 7pm, on BBC Hereford & Worcester.
last updated: 16/01/2009 at 23:16
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