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Alstrom is the Music Program Coordinator at CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
At this beautiful and historic church in the heart of Montclair,
Ed will be playing their magnificent E.M. Skinner/Austin pipe organ and
Steinway piano, directing their choirs, and facilitating greater congregational
involvement in the music program. Come
and check out a Sunday service at 10am!
the music by clicking here!
CENTRAL PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
46 Park St. (corner of Claremont), Montclair, NJ 07042
Ed is the Accompanist/Choir Director at Temple Ner Tamid in Bloomfield,
NJ. He plays piano/guitar at Shabbat services
most Friday nights and Saturday mornings, and at special services throughout
He is also the Music Teacher/Choral Director for greades 6-12 at Golda
Och Academy in West Orange.
is (naturally!) a HAMMOND ORGAN Endorsing Artist!
Check out his profile at http://hammondorganco.com/artists/organ-and-leslie-artists/ed-alstrom/
Wednesday - Ed solo, 7p~10p
BOONTON STATION 1904
202 Myrtle Avenue, Boonton, NJ
- reservations not a bad idea
Sunday, November 12 @ 2:00 PM
Montville Township Public Library
90 Horseneck Road, Montville, New Jersey 07045 - 973-402-0900
FREE - Registration suggested
talk a little and Ill play some tunes
A Musical Journey with Ed Alstrom
played with 'CARPENTER & KING'
Sunday, August 6
A tribute to the music of Karen Carpenter & Carole
Annie Masciandaro with Deb De Lucca
THE TURNING POINT, Piermont, NY
is a loving and really well-thought out and performed tribute to the music
of two of the greatest female pop singers of all time. Annie sings the
Karen Carpenter stuff (and plays drums too!), and Deb does the Carole
King stuff (and plays piano!). I will be there with a synthesizer filling
in the rest of the parts as best I can and singing Richard's parts - it's
just the 3 of us. More gigs with them to come. You will love hearing all
of these monster hits sung by these two lovely ladies!
played the WONDER MORTON Theater Organ at LOEW'S JERSEY CITY!
Music before screenings of Seven Days in May' and 'Dr. Strangelove'
Ed played Hammond Organ on MLB CENTRAL!
For more info, click here
For the third straight year, Ed played organ in and
out of commercial breaks (and more) on MLB's opening day morning show,
THE HARMONIOUS FIVE CD:
"Wanna Hear You Say Yeah!"
"VINTAGE R&B" - see the
EVENTS TAB for more details.
AVAILABLE at CDBABY.COM,
Ed Alstrom (guitar), Dave Keyes (piano), Mark Berger (bass), Frank
Pagano (drums) -
all singing, all the time!
more info on the band!
ED'S ORGAN CD IS AVAILABLE TOO!!!
for purchase at:
- packaged CD
- download of individual tracks or the whole album
- Ed did some gigs with BUSTER POINDEXTER
over the past year, including the CAFE CARLYLE in NYC.
- Ed provided incidental music for the off-Broadway production of 'Too
Much Sun', featuring Linda Lavin.
- Ed provides organ music for the hit movie "42" (the Jackie
Robinson story). He was called on to replicate the organ sounds of Gladys
Gooding, who played organ at Ebbets Field in the 1940s. Listen for Ed
during the scenes when Jackie first joins the Dodgers, and look for his
name in the end music credits!
- Ed served for a brief time as Organist/Music Director at CALDWELL UNITED
METHODIST CHURCH in Caldwell, NJ. Visit them at caldwellchurch.org/
- Ed's work with his fine choir at his former church, CHURCH OF THE REDEEMER
in Morristown, NJ, can still be viewed at www.youtube.com/redeemermorristown
Ed just finished his 14th season as Weekend Organist at Yankee Stadium.
to hear the legendary Bob Sheppard introduce Ed's traditional
7th inning rendition.
This version is on the old Hammond at Yankee Stadium from 2004
And BOULDERS BASEBALL too!!!
Ed has been playing Saturday home games for the Rockland Boulders, whoplay
at the beautiful new Palisades Credit Union Park in Pomona, NY. They are
members of the independent CAN-AM League
by the Boulders site and check things out! Most games are broadcast live
on the site.
There are many clips of Ed playing live
in various contexts on YOUTUBE!
Go to www.youtube.com, and search "ed alstrom", and you'll find