Ed McGee

Singer - Songwriter - Guitarist - Storyteller

Ed McGee

A New Hampshire native, Ed McGee was a singer-songwriter and rhythm guitarist for nine years with the Ohio-based jam band ekoostik hookah, whose national touring act shared the stage with the likes of Willie Nelson, Arlo Guthrie, Bob Weir, and Bruce Hornsby.

In 2018, he released his first solo project album titled Alexander III and Other Stories, featuring performances by ekoostik hookah’s Steve Sweney, Ward Scott of The Shantee, Pat Kenney of One Under and other musician friends.

After relocating to Sharon, VT, Ed recorded his second solo album, The Life In Their Bones, an acoustic collection of older, unrecorded favorites from his catalog.

Ed writes and performs music in New England, and still travels regularly to the Midwest for performances— both solo acoustic as well as full band.


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That it can't get much worse than this
I'd rather reach and maybe miss
That's the beauty of the risk"

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