East Coast Eddie Law may be one of the best kept secrets in Rock-N-Roll for a longtime. His battleship delivery and burning vocals have been knocking the socks off listeners for almost 20 plus years. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Mr. Law made his mark in steamy South Florida at the tender age of only sixteen; Right-Smack-dab in the middle of the 80's big hair and big guitar revolution. His first band, Trial, won several Battle-of-the-bands and stood out amongst the many "copycat" bands of the time. He's received classical training from renowned teacher Elizabeth Sabine (Axl Rose, Steve Perry, Mike Sweet Ron Keel and many others).
Eddie left the small pond of South Florida for the chance to become a Big Fish amidst the Los Angeles music explosion. He played with many national acts at a...ll the legendary clubs like, The Whiskey, The Roxy and the Troubadour. He parlayed his "live" success by capturing the coveted and lucrative World of studio vocal work.
In 1989 Mr. Law caught the attention of renowned manager, Wendy Dio of Niji Management (Ronnie James Dio, Rough Cutt, and Cold Sweat). It wasn't long before he was playing with seasoned veteran musicians like House of Lords' guitarist Mike Guy, Dio, bassist Jimmy Bain and Hericane Alice, drummer Jackie Ramos. Legendary Rough Cutt singer Paul Shortino.
In 1990, years of getting close but no cigar and the untimely death of his biggest fan, his dad, led Eddie back to his old stomping grounds of South Florida. Where Eddie ran across guitar legend Yngwie J. Malmsteen at The Button South. The timing couldn't have been better as Yngwie was auditioning singers for a new band he was putting together. Could Eddie finally get his big break? Yngwie was shocked at Eddie's similarities to one of his childhood hero's; the lead singer of Deep Purple. Yngwie says, "Man, he looked just like a younger Ian Gillan and his voice sounded just as strong."
The two became quick friends, playing many impromptu recordings at the maestro's Miami studio and home. "I have to go back to Sweden for the Holidays, " said Yngwie, but when I return, I will call you!" That call never came, however, and Eddie ventured back to Los Angeles. He would later find out from his guitar tech that Malmsteen decided to make a dream of his come true and hire an All-Swedish band.
And so Eddie Law didn't give up for over two years, Eddie used his time to take care of his heartbroken mom and continue to write his now, more personal music.
Eddie worked behind the scenes too as a Tour Manager for bands, Haven's Edge and D'Priest. It was humbling work as he toured the United States for a few months. "My dad made me promise to him that when he was gone, I would take care of my mom and I honored that."
His writing matured and his creations during this time are some of the best stuff he's ever done. "Now He's Gone", "Playing With The Devil" and "Billy the Kid" were three moving tribute songs to his dad and how he dealt with the loss. You can hear the emotion and pain in his voice.
Eddie took matters into his own hands and formed his own band, Law of the Land. He was soon headlining all the big clubs like, The Button South, Summers on the Beach, The Tree House, Rock Candy, Plus Five, and Rock Solid.
"L.A. was cool for awhile, but it got stale. I guess we outgrew each other. Florida may be more laid back than L.A., but I still hit my music hard, the way my fans like it."
As the 21st century approached, Eddie continued writing songs and working as a Singer-for-Hire. To add to his arsenal, Eddie taught himself to play rhythm & lead guitar,Bass and drums. Now he records his songs the way he wants to. But still loves to work with great players.
In 2004 Eddie, took his solo band, Eddie Law Rocks, on the road. In June of 2007, Eddie was invited to play at the Rock It Fest in West Virginia, for kids who have Multiple Sclerosis and Muscular Dystrophy. The show was a success for the Eddie Law Rocks Band "It was great to play for one of my favorite charities".
With 40 plus street team pages in a short time, he's attained thousands of fans around the World. After one year of living and working in Nashville,TN, it was time for Eddie to relocate back to South Florida in order to hit it hard once again. In June of 2009 that's what Eddie did.
In 2010 Eddie's electrified vocals and take no prisoners attitude are best displayed on his recent studio vocal work for his new CD called "FREE WOULD" Named after his Titled Song.
in late 2011 Eddie was working on his NEW CD. But there was some ups and downs that prolonged the release of the CD in 2012, THE CD WILL BE A (Independent ) RELEASE SOMETIME IN 2013. We Hope .
Mr. Law has taken the glory days of the 80's 90's genre and added his own twist, keeping his vocals fresh and relevant. Stay Tuned!