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Edward Guglielmino is a musician, DJ, public speaker, academic and a blogger; however, he is best known for his music career. He originally started pursuing music in high school in 2000 playing his first gig at The Gap State High School’s post-formal. Guglielmino has toured Australia extensively and has played selected shows in New York, Berlin, and London. He has received national airplay in Australia, and selected radio play in Berlin, Germany. Guglielmino has released two critically acclaimed records, Late at Night and Sunshine State.

Guglielmino writes quirky guitar pop in the Brisbane tradition of bands like Custard and The Go-Betweens. One of his gigs was listed as a highlight in April in the book Australia Year in Music 2010. Guglielmino has also participated in Brisbane community music events such as The Songs Of Applewood (2009) project and the Independent Music Project (2011). In 2007 and 2012 he was shortlisted for the esteemed Grant McLennan Fellowship. He is a Masters student at QUT.

See Eddie at the Currumbin SoundLounge on Friday.


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