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Eddie Biebel & Vickie Basar

Acoustic Americana

They describe their music as “Acoustic Americana”. Eddie's dynamic guitar playing and

warm baritone blend perfectly with Vickie's soaring heartfelt vocals to create something
new, fresh and exciting: a seemless mix of Country, Jazz, Rock 'n' Roll, Bluegrass and
originals that make for a pasionate and powerful performance.


Green Bay, Wisconsin native Eddie Biebel has jammed with Country music star
Vince Gill, played shows alongside John Prine and Willie Nelson and has performed at an
endless variety of places, including the legendary Fillmore in San Francisco, the Austin City
Limits Festival in Austin, Texas and historic Cain's Ballroom in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Eddie's earliest musical influences came from his Irish mother, Elaine, who sang and
whistled, seeing Elvis in the 1959 movie “Blue Hawaii” and listening to music whenever he
could by way of radio and phonograph records. He begin playing guitar at the age of ten
and studied guitar with the same teacher who taught Doobie Brothers' guitarist/singer/songwriter Patrick Simmons (“Black Water).


From 2002 to 2009 Eddie toured and recorded with Austin, Texas based Hillbilly-Swing man
Wayne “the train” Hancock, whose recordings “Tulsa” and “Ride” (Bloodshot Records)
feature Eddie's fine electric lead guitar skills.


Tempe, Arizona born singer, songwriter and guitarist, Vickie Basar, began singing, playing
guitar and writing songs at an early age. Her early musical influences include Joni Mitchell,
Carol King, Bonnie Raitt, Stevie Wonder and Gladys Knight. Vickie began performing in her early teens and throughout the 90's she sang  with the talented and popular Green Bay, Wisconsin Rock band Eclipse.


Eddie and Vickie teamed up in 2012 in Green Bay, their home base and have been performing steadily together for over 7 years. They have one self-produced CD entitled: “Ridin' High”.

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