Who We Are

“After years of being told by industry leaders, Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Jam and Terry Lewis,  that our original group should consider playing with musicians and not just staying a cappella, three of us decided to make that change.  Troy Dolendo, Sean Gerrity and John Gibson left the group ‘MOSAIC’ to join forces with three other talented musicians, Danny Alan, Karl Hudson and Solomon Jaye create something entirely brand new.  The result, The Edge Effect.” -Sean Gerrity, “INTERVIEW | THE EDGE EFFECT PART I” (www.SweetTartBeauty.com

Winners of MTV’s “Top Pop Group” and Boyz II Men’s “Next Great A Cappella Group”, America’s Got Talent finalists, and international recording artists, The Edge Effect is dominating as the new face of Orlando music. A six-man vocal band, The Edge Effect combines Pop, R&B, Jazz, Rock, and Funk in a show unlike any other.

The Edge Effect has been featured in various publications like American Entertainment Magazine, The Examiner, Wired Magazine and The Ocala Star Banner for their unique sound and they were recently the featured openers for Robin Thicke and Sky Blue- of LMFAO (“Party Rock Anthem”)- at Palm Beach’s annual SunFest, on May 1st 2014. The group is described by Broward New Times as “one of the top five local SunFest bands”. and Boca Magazine described them as “Artists you should discover”. The Edge Effect gave an unforgettable performance opening for some of the industry’s biggest stars.

“When you’re fortunate enough to do what you love for tens of thousands of people, you always want to put your best foot forward and give the best performance you can, every time.” – Daniel Alan, The Edge Effect on opening up for Robin Thicke at SunFest. 

The group’s new album, ‘Alphabet Radio’, is “…contagious but in a completely okay way!” –SweetTartBeauty.com.  The album comes with a number of stellar feature performances like Broadway superstar, Shoshana Bean (fresh off of the release of her own soul record “O’Farrel Street”), and Grammy nominated Saxophonist Mindi Abair.  In addition to it’s original music, there are other featured musicians like keyboardist, Jeff Babko who has done work for Frank Ocean and Jason Mraz.  Guitarist,  Andrew Synowiec who’s worked with Michael Buble, Marc Antony and Robbie Williams.  Also adding to the list is an original song written and performed by soul-singing artist, Marc Broussard. The debut album was mixed by Grammy Award winning engineer Clark Germain and mastered by Grammy Award winner Gavin Lurssen, ‘Alphabet Radio’ has critics raving. http://www.examiner.com/review/cd-review-on-repeat-with-the-edge-effect-s-alphabet-radio?CID=examiner_alerts_article

The Edge Effect is spreading it’s influence in their music and their live performances.  The band members have their eyes set on bigger stages as they promote their new album, while making a name for the Orlando music scene.

The Edge Effect has mesmerized audiences throughout the country and around the world, even creating a fan base in Japan.  The members of Edge Effect are no newcomers to the music world as they have shared the stage with such superstars as Prince, Tony Bennett, the Pussycat Dolls, Stevie Wonder, John Legend, and Jay Leno .  Each person in the group has earned recognition throughout the industry, with performances at both The Academy Awards and The Grammy Awards.

The Edge Effect’s signature sound blurs the genre line and weaves a colorful tapestry of infectious beats, intricate harmonies, and spectacular vocal acrobatics. Their vast repertoire knows no boundaries, and the band’s stunning reinterpretations of musical favorites, as well as inventive, contemporary original music make for an unparalleled entertainment experience.


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