Eddie Drennon

Edward Allen Drennen

Also known as Drennen, Drennon, E. Drennon, E.D., Eddie "Wonder Strings" Drennon, Eddie Dee, Eddie Drennan, Eddie Drennen, Eddy Drenon, Edward Drennon
This performer (group) in the Internet: http://www.eddiedrennon.com/index.html, http://www.umojastringquartet.com/drennon.html

Discography of Eddie Drennon:

# Release title Total tracks Type of release is Imprint date Label
1 Eddie Drennon And Charanga Soul 5 Audio 1983 Kim Records
2 Disco Jam 2 Audio 1978 Casablanca Records
3 Would You Dance To My Music 2 Audio 1977 Casablanca Records
4 Would You Dance To My Music 2 Audio Casablanca Records
5 Disco Jam 2 Audio 1978 Casablanca Records
6 It Don't Mean A Thing 8 Audio 1978 Casablanca Records
7 It Don't Mean A Thing 8 Audio 1978 Casablanca Records


Violinist - arranger - producer

Born in Newark, New Jersey, U.S.

[a=Bo Diddley]’s music director and electric violinist from 1966 until 1967, and a former sideman for [a=Mongo Santamaria], [a=Ray Barretto] and [a=Ike & Tina Turner].

Scoring a major disco hit, in 1975, with “Let’s Do The Latin Hustle”, went on to record three dance-inspiring albums with [a=Eddie Drennon & The B.B.S. Unlimited], in the late-1970s, and produce New York-based salsa and charanga band, [a1606957], in 1981 and 1982.

He is currently a member of the Umoja String Quartet.


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