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About Myron & E
The vocal duo is something of a rarity. There have been countless solo stars, trios, quartets and quintets, but the pairing of equally talented singers isn’t nearly as common. Sam and Dave, Ashford and Simpson, the Righteous Brothers and the Everly Brothers comprise a short list of standouts. Enter Myron & E. Hailing from LA and the Bay Area, Myron Glasper and Eric “E” Cooke have been active performers for decades, including their role as backup singers in the R&B group Blackalicious.
Shortly after, while E was performing as a solo act, E DaBoss, he met up with members of the Finnish band the Soul Investigators. E returned home with unfinished tracks from them and paired back up with Myron to finish up their debutalbum, Broadway. Myron & E’s Debut Album Broadway was released July 2, 2013 on Stones Throw Records.
Since signing with Stones Throw, Myron & E have toured the world quite extensively. They played supporting dates with Cody Chestnutt on a tour through the Midwest and South in fall of 2013 and created quite a stir at SXSW in 2013. They followed that outing up as part of the Stones Throw Soul Tour which played multiple dates in the western region of the United States including rocking the Santa Monica Beach Ball Festival. Myron & E played in Japan at the famed Billboard Live club in Tokyo before embarking on a major European tour backed by The Soul Investigators. The European Tour in late 2013 took Myron & E to most of the major markets in Europe where they played sold out dates in London, Paris, Berlin, Madrid, Rome, Amsterdam, Stockholm, Milan, etc. On December 31, 2013 they were invited to play at Grand Park during the City of Los Angeles' inaugural New Years Eve celebration. They played to a SRO crowd estimated at 25,000 people to ring in the new year. Myron & E are slated to play Glastonbury among` other festivals this Summer 2014.
“Broadway is a dynamic, captivating album whose inextinguishable soul makes it easy to get lost in its grooves and craving to play them again once it ends.” - Dana Smart, Examiner