Auburn, Alabama, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2006 | SELF

Auburn, Alabama, United States | SELF
Established on Jan, 2006
Solo Rock Folk




"“Check Out Eduardo Leon’s Story”"

Today we’d like to introduce you to Eduardo Leon. - Nashville Vayager

"“Good Vibrations! The Musical Journey of Eduardo”"

Eduardo wants audiences to feel good! Whether they are listening to him on Spotify or experiencing his live shows, the idea is for his fans to be inspired. After all, he’s been working on his unique sound for over 20 years, which is a combination of acoustic pop and folk … with a lot of variety in between. “There’s a little bit of something in there for everyone,” he says.

And while the singer and songwriter now calls Alabama home, he was born in Peru, moving to the U.S. with his family when he was 10. “A lot of my musical influences were here, but I have a lot of musical inspiration beyond. Art is universal.” - Nashville Music Guide

"“Eduardo’s wistful brand of acoustic pop is finding listeners all over the world.”"

Born in Lima, Peru, and currently based in the United States, Eduardo’s wistful brand of acoustic pop is finding listeners all over the world. Influenced by everything from classic rock to the masterpieces he studied while earning his master’s degree in Literature, his songs are a combination of pensive humor, peaceful feelings, and thought-provoking lyrics. Eduardo’s songs have a little something for everybody, and with his latest release, he is poised to reach his largest audience yet. - The Morning Dish Steven Phillips and The Morning Dish

"Sunrise by Eduardo"

Sunrise takes you to a warm summer evening sitting outside with the radio playing gently in the background. - Cloudzine Magazine

"Exclusive Interview with Upcoming Artist “Eduardo”"

How did you come by your stage name?

Eduardo is my name. As a singer songwriter I figured it would be good to go by my original name.

When did you discover your love for your craft and what made you realize you wanted to pursue a career in it?

Music has always been a part of me. Since I was young growing up in Lima, Peru. I was always surrounded by it. I was introduced to rock and roll at a very young age, from friends and learned more about it when I moved to the states. I have always loved Peruvian music as well, mostly what my dad listens to.

To what or whom do you accredit your sense of style?

Well, it’s a bit of everything. The acoustic sound definitely comes from listening to American music, like rock and roll, 90’s alternative music. The flow of the melodies though, I try to mix as much as I can from 60’s Beatles era for the slow tunes and Latin American music for the up-tempo songs. My phrasing in different songs changes depending on subject matter.

On your current project, how did you come up with the concept?

My newest project comes out February 5th. It’s called “Love Elation”. It’s a love song that I wrote for my wife a couple of years ago. When I went on the road in 2019 I added it to the set list and played it live. It got a good response, so I decided to record it and put it out close to Valentine’s day.

What are some of your greatest challenges, and what is your greatest attribute when it comes to your work ethic?

I love playing live. I miss it. The pandemic put a stop to it, but when it’s over I plan on getting back on the road again. - Muzique Magazine


Eduardo has put out one LP in 2010 "The Unknown". One EP "Rusty Strings" in 2018 followed by two singles. In 2020 one called "Sunrise" and in 2021 a track called "Love Elation" 

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Eduardo is a performer and singer songwriter. He is originally from Lima Peru, but currently resides in Alabama. Since early in his career, he has traveled throughout the Southeast playing music, recording and collaborating with many artists. Experimenting with different genres of music such as folk, hip-hop, reggae, acoustic-punk and alternative sounds. His E.P. ‘Rusty Strings” has been nominated for awards such as Toronto’s Independent Music Awards and featured in local and national radio. His work has won contests such as; Radio Airplay’s summer song this past summer and he has been featured in different publications, most recently in an article in American Pride Magazine. Some of his favorite performances have been for events that raise money for causes like Relay for Life and March of Dimes.

He has released a 10 track LP called "The Unknown" in 2010 and 6 track EP called "Rusty Strings" in 2013. His newest single called "Sunrise" is also currently available. His music has been described by Alec Cunningham of Memphis BLANK Newspaper the following way: "The music has a carefree attitude and combines sunny and beach vibes," further stating, "the melodies of the songs seem to get people engaged and are such, that they would keep up with even the most well-known musicians of his genre"



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