alternative folk band started at University of New Hampshire
in 1988, ended in San Francisco
in 1996. Often featured ukelele
, and violin
, although a tin can, cardboard bass, and toy xylophone
sometimes made an appearance. High point of career was either their interview on Dr. Demento
in 1992 or their appearance in the movie "Eds Next Move," in 1997.
Opened for Jonathon Richman, Robyn Hitchcock, Throwing Muses, Cake, and King Missile. Featured Carrie Bradley and Dan Leone.
Ed's Redeeming Qualities
Static and Weak Tea