Edward St Moritz is a Canadian singer-songwriter and self-confessed amateur fool, and darkside navigator. Music is his bicycle of choice to tell human stories, where he writes original songs about love, death, and the universe.
He creates and performs songs lyrically driven in a kind of post-folk way, fusing elements of Celtic sensibility, classical Old World influence, and gritty observation.
Working with producer and recording artist Don Bray, in 2016 Ed finished his CD of original songs “Small Things Shining Bright”. He has recorded with producer Ray Dillard a second album, “A Bit Of Change”, (to be released in September 2020).
Ed’s newest album, A Bit of Change, has arrived!
You can start buying my music through Bandcamp downloads. My second album — ”A Bit Of Change” is now hot off the presses.
Email me with your contact info if you want to purchase a hard copy CD, complete with liner notes, amazing photography by Laura Frederick, and of course my thanks and autograph. $25.00 plus shipping. Cheque or e-transfer accepted.
Click below to Listen to a snippet of the Title Song, a Big of Change
Small Things Shining Bright
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Edward is recording an extensive solo project, to be performed in a studio with a small audience wearing headphones immersed in the recording.
Songs about kids with PTS and six-toed kitties and hope amid the ruins of civilization. And my slack wire walking father. And my heart attack on New Year’s Eve 2016.
You can become a member of Ed’s Patreon gathering – a unique community of supporters and partners to make his work ‘our’ work. Become part of a project that musically documents stories and reflections on the state of our collective soul. Taking inspiration from delivery drivers, co-workers, from where he lives, from his beloved sleeping in the next room is as he writes.
You come in, by supporting Ed on a Patreon membership team where you create something new with him.
“The longer I live, the more I know I can’t do this alone.”
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Contact Ed to book him for your next personal or private event, (online only for the moment) or to purchase signed copies of his albums.