Eddie Eberle and the getaway



Born just outside of Detroit, Michigan, Eddie Eberle grew up listening to artists such as Tom Petty, U2, Foo Fighters, and Keith Urban.   He started playing guitar when he was seven.  When Eddie was ten, his family moved to Phoenix, Arizona, where he began writing songs, singing and performing live.  In 2013, Eddie met drummer Christian “Champ” Champion, at a School of Rock showcase when they were thirteen.  Eddie was immediately drawn to Champ’s arena style drumming. Together they formed the four piece band ANALOG OUTLAWS, which later became EDDIE EBERLE AND THE GETAWAY.  

Eddie describes himself as a product of the “playlist generation”.  He has crafted his own style of songwriting and sound with the influence of many different genres, including Country, Rock, Rap and Pop.  A critical part of Eddie’s song writing technique is to regularly perform acoustically in front of a live audience.  He believes this feedback loop is the best way to access the strengths, weaknesses and overall quality of the song.  The band has performed well over 150 shows, delivering highly energetic performances.  They have shared the stage with national acts including Alice Cooper, Colt Ford, Bret Michaels, Candlebox, Roger Clyne and The Peacemakers, Chevelle, The Black Moods, The Verve Pipe, Galantis, and Chris Trapper. 

EDDIE EBERLE AND THE GETAWAY  currently consists of Eddie Eberle (Lead Vocals/Guitar), Christian Champion (Drums/Backing Vocals), Josh Rose (Keys/Backing Vocals), and Milo Charbel (Bass).

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