Jimmy Edwards | The Wendy Collection

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The Wendy Collection

by Jimmy Edwards

This is a production reminiscent of the golden age of Broadway through contemporary eyes.
Genre: Easy Listening: Love Songs
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1. Ode to Smoo
3:00 album only
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2. Till the End of the Show
3:47 album only
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3. Coming Back for More
5:04 album only
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4. Clean and Fresh
2:39 album only
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5. Lovely Lady and the Happening Dude
5:02 album only
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6. Okichi
3:58 album only
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7. Eyesyoskueze
4:37 album only
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8. Puppies and Kittens and Gerbils and Fish
1:20 album only
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9. Okichi (instrumental)
3:57 album only

ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Jimmy Edwards

Jimmy Edwards was born James Mitchel Edwards July 9th, 1971 in North Hempstead, NY. The son of professional singers and the latest addition to a long family tradition of musicians, Jimmy’s lifetime relation with performing arts began at age 7 landing roles in Long Island opera productions. Appearing with his mother in productions such as La Boheme, Elijia, and others, Jimmy sharpened his musical skills as piano lessons came into play around this time. At age 13, the Edwards family relocated to Annapolis, Md., where he continued piano studies as well as appeared in several high school productions including Bye-Bye Birdie where he played the colorful rock and roll star, Conrad Birdie. He also became the solo pianist at his high school awards assemblies. In 1989, Jimmy came to Philadelphia as a jazz piano major at the University of the Arts where he remained until 1992. The next several years Jimmy’s musical activity centered around creation of his own material as he constructed a home studio for that purpose. His performance credits include Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station, Philadelphia International Airport, The Merrium Theatre, Harrah’s/Caesar’s/Showboat/Bally’s/Sands/Trump Plaza Casinos in Atlantic City, The Atlantic City Hilton, Warmdaddie’s as well as Ortleib’s Jazzhaus in Philadelphia. He continues to perform throughout the region as a soloist as well as with various ensembles.

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