ED's BIO

Edward Hernandez started playing music since he was 9 years old. He plays more than 15 instruments including the bass guitar and ukulele. He has performed with many acts through the years that include Tulare's own Metal group-  HarsH, Visalia's Own-Not Perfect Humans, American Idol contestant-Melinda Lira, International Latin Rock Band-Vitál and Post Rock Group from Fresno, We Killed the King. While on the road with Vitál, he has performed at Dodger Stadium, House of Blues, The Conga Room, Plaza Mexico, Hard Rock Café, Universal City Walk and many other places. With Vitál, the have opened up for acts such as Alejandra Guzman, A.B. Quintanilla, Inspector, Dulce Maria and Roberto Tapia.

"Not only does Edward nail the nuanced rhythms of Aerosmith's Dream On, he also pulls off the dramatic finale—giving Steven Tyler a run for his money!"-Ukulele Magazine. "Killer Voice"-Craig Chee. "A multi instrumentalist with a penchant for ukulele and bass guitar… ah, a man truly on my wavelength!" - Uke Planet 

Edward Hernandez is a central California native that has a commanding presence on the stage and a tenor voice that sooths audiences. Edward is known for taking control of constant venues and also given memorable performances such as the Reno Ukulele Festival. He has got recognition from well known artist such as ukulele artist, Craig Chee Ben Kenney from Incubus and Thomas Gabriel, Grandson of Johnny Cash. He is the 2013 Ukulele Magazine Holly Jolly contest winner amongst other awards.   He has been turning a lot of heads within the past 7 years. He has released his album Throwback Thursday in 2016 and his EP, Better Late Than Never in 2018. 2021 He has released 3 singles and an EP with Ukulele artist, Jion Jugo called The Quarantine Sessions, which is on SpotifyApple Music and Amazon Music. You can hear his new album Better Late Thank Never on SpotifyiTunesYouTubeAmazon and Google Music.

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