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Review: The Terrorism of Everyday Life

0 Comments · Thursday, May 28, 2009
If you could play a guitar with a jackhammer, Ed Hamell would do it. As it is, he comes so close to "Abuse of an Instrument" that the music police would get him if he weren't searingly funny and, treating the language with no more respect than his guitar, profanely eloquent.  

Ed Hamell on Trial

A whirlwind of rock, folk, spoken word, comedy and theater

0 Comments · Wednesday, May 27, 2009
Some people use work to escape the challenges of their daily grind, but Ed Hamell doesn't have that option. His job as an itinerant guerilla Folksinger entails encapsulating the planet's social, cultural, political and personal ills into bitter musical pills which he jams into his listeners' ears with a black Gibson acoustic.  

Preview: Terrorism of Everyday Life

0 Comments · Tuesday, May 26, 2009
Ed Hamell regularly tours his one-man show, Hamell on Trial, but has taken part in only one other Fringe Festival — the Edinburgh Fringe, where it was a solid hit.