• Plays the STEU102T Solid Body Electric Teton Ukulele
• From Visalia, California
Teton Guitars are all about quality, sound and an affordable price. First time playing one of the acoustic ukuleles, I fell in love. The sound and playability is remarkable. I could be playing it all day. The electric solid body ukuleles are mind blowing. I’ve never heard of an electric solid body ukulele until I heard and played theirs. It has been my main one when I perform my shows. The look catches people’s attention. It sounds awesome live and in the studio. Teton ukuleles are the way to go. Thank you Teton for making amazing ukuleles. Saludos!
Edward’s first album Throwback Thursday is available here.
A Central Valley California Native, Edward Hernandez is one ukulele player that has been turning heads for quite some time. His live performances and YouTube channel have been giving him recognition all around the country. Very versatile in his playing, he can go from classic rock, rock, R&B, Jazz, soul and folk in a quick switch.
Over the years Edward has had the opportunity to open up for some amazing artists such as Roberto Tapia, A.B. Quintanilla, Inspector and Alien Ant Farm. He has performed at Dodger Stadium, House of Blues, Universal City Walk, Hard Rock Café and a tour across Northern America.
Born in Tulare California, he was raised with music all around him, especially from his older brother Charles. He grew up listening to bands such as Chicago, Earth Wind & Fire, Grover Washington Jr, Seals and Crofts and other artist within that era. Edward is also a multi-instrumentalist that makes him who he is today. In 2013, he was the winner of Ukulele Magazine’s first ever Holly Jolly Video Contest and was presented with the coveted Tiki Trophy. He also won Ukulele Magazine’s 2014 Fall Video Contest. Just recently, Ukulele Magazine recognized his rendition of Aerosmith’s, Dream On, who gave him an amazing review of this cover:
“Not only does Edward nail the nuanced rhythms of the song, he also pulls off the dramatic finale—giving Steven Tyler a run for his money!” –Ukuele Magazine
Currently, Edward is in the process of recording his first album entitled Throw Back Thursday, where he’ll reach back to his roots and explores the music genre that started it all.