Sunday, April 30, 7:00 pm, Eddie, along with Liberty Silver and Jazmine Kiara perform at Taste of Colombia El Salon, hosted by Michael Williams. (located at 67 Bronte Road in Oakville ), for tickets: https://oakville.snapd.com/#/events/view/1044805
Saturday, May 27, 4:00 pm, Eddie with his son, Quincy perform at Barbados on the Water, Toronto Harbourfront Center, Stage in the Round
Eddie Bullen Band live in China this July on his Desert Rain Tour!
July 4 - Dezhou
July 7 - Peiling
July 9 - Qingdao, Shandong
July 11 - Pingxiang
July 12 - Shanghai
July 13 - Dalian
July 15 - Dongguan, Guangzhou
July 18 - Baotou
Friday, Aug. 18, Eddie is thrilled to be bringing back his Smooth Jazz Cruise of Toronto Harbour on-board the River Gambler. Come aboard the River Gambler at 333 Lakeshore Blvd. east at 6:15 pm and you will be returned to the port at 11:00 pm. Enjoy the beautiful Toronto Harbour, great contemporary jazz, delicious buffer dinner, cash bar, special friends and some surprising special guests! This is an event not to be missed! For tickets click here!
Pianist, composer, arranger and producer
Eddie Bullen is in every way, a standout amongst his generation of multi-talented artists. Eddie's lengthy career has yielded an abundance of awards and recognition for his outstanding talents. From his first album, 'Nocturnal Affair' to his most recent ‘Spice Island', Eddie gives his audience a taste of contemporary jazz, flavoured with Caribbean rhythms.
Since his move to Toronto in 1980 from Grenada, Eddie has worked with Caribbean, Canadian and American artists like Melba Moore, Anslem Douglas, Byron Lee, Maestro, David Rudder, Liberty Silver, Deborah Cox and Dee Dee Bridgewater. He is also a composer and arranger for TV, Radio and Films. His work has been heard on City TV, YTV, Love & Hip Hop (American Television Series) and Wine TV Australia.
To date Eddie Bullen has produced over 150 albums and is currently working on several new ventures through his record company Thunder Dome Sounds and publishing company QDB music. Eddie is always on the lookout for cutting edge new innovative artists.
Through his production company Thunder Dome Sounds, Eddie is fulfilling his passion for nurturing youth talent through a high school co-op program he launched in 1986. Challenges like this keep Eddie Bullen growing artistically and personally.
Eddie Bullen Band (click here to watch a video)
The Eddie Bullen Band performs, tight, smooth, energizing contemporary jazz from Eddie’s original material featured on his dozen or so albums. The Band has performed all across Canada, and in the Caribbean. (They will be touring in China in July 2017) Members include: Andrew Stewart/bass, Otis Williams/drums, Rob Christian/sax/flute, and of course featured on piano/keys, Eddie himself.
Father and Son Dueling Pianos (www.fatherandsonduelingpianos.com)
(click here to watch a video)
Eddie along with his son Quincy have put together beautiful arrangements for two pianos of classical, jazz and pop music punctuated with a bit of commentary about their father & son relationship and their unique family history. This captivating and heartfelt show features the Bullen's wonderful interpretations of some best-loved music. The music is outstanding! Dueling Pianos (Father and Son) has toured Canada twice, most recently a sold out show at the Toronto Center for the Arts. …This show demonstrates how we can use music to bring families together!
Caribbean Jazz Collective (CJC)
Pianist Eddie Bullen and percussionist Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo, have brought together a group of premier musicians of Caribbean descent to form the band ‘Caribbean Jazz Collective’ (CJC). The group performs beloved music from the Caribbean with a jazz twist. Members include; bassist Andrew Stewart whose background is Jamaican, saxophonist Neil Brathwaite who hails from Montreal via Barbados, steel drum player Gareth Burgess born in Canada with strong Trinidadian roots, Eddie Bullen from the spice island Grenada, and Joaquin Nunez Hidalgo from Cuba to add that hot Latin flavour. The collective always aims to give their audience a few rays of sunshine through the music of the Caribbean.