The EDLOS come with a truly remarkable performance pedigree. This dynamic group has performed with the likes of Waylon Jennings, Crystal Gayle, Ray Charles, Chicago, The Temptations, Lou Rawls, Bernadette Peters, Tower of Power, and many otheres. They can also be seen in their own special on PBS' "The Lonesome Pines Special."
Described as an "a cappella quartet supreme... splendid... magnificent..." by the San Francisco Examiner, as well as "on the verge of world fame" by the San Francisco Chronicle, this powerhouse a cappella group, appealing to men, women, and children of all ages, is a do-not-miss musical experience, bringing music of all eras and styles to sold-out concert halls and theaters, all without the benefit of instrumnets.
The Edlos was formed in 1989 when a group of four classically trained singers got together to explore a broad range of music and misical styles. From early on it was clear that a unique chemistry existed between these four singers. Their musical journey took them from early Gregorian chant to bluegrass and country, from Motown to Rock and Roll and finally to original compositions that incorporate elements from their entire array of musical styles. Whatever songs are being presented, the Edlos always weave comedic elements into their stage show. They are remembered equally fro their musicianship and for their infectiously funny and entertaining stage presence. All of the is heightened by their use of props, wigs, and costume changes.
The Bad Boys of A Cappella have a Country Western Show that's both contemporary and traditional, featuring hard-core country croonin' and world class yodeling. It's a guaranteed smiler! Come the holiday season the EDLOS deck the halls with a wide variety of harmoniously spirited songs, traditional and original, with their very special Holiday Show. Now when the EDLOS put on a show, it's not just standing on a stage and singing the tunes...oh no...there are lights, smoke, costumery, tomfoolery, wigs, and assorted mathem, that all combine to make an unforgetable performance. One last point. Humor. These guys have a strong sense of comedy. No. Let's rephrase that. They're a crackup. They can't help it. Of course they do get serious occasionally. Check 'em out!