Marty Edwards has been entertaining fans since the early 1970's. He started his musical career as a lead vocalist and guitarist for a country band. He performed many popular Kenny Rogers songs of the time, but never consciously tried to imitate Kenny. It wasn't until 1998 that he thought about doing a tribute to Kenny Rogers.
It was while recording a "Marty Edwards" album at a studio that producer James Bowers observed that not only did Marty bear a striking resemblance to the country great, but he actually sounded like Kenny!
Marty also travels extensively fronting the Showband Marty Edwards and the Revival.
Concert version of Statue Of A Fool