Born and raised in Florence, Italy, Edo Ferragamo picked up his mother’s guitar at age 12. He quickly fell in love with its chords and melodies, formed his first band at age 13 and by age 16 he became convinced that music would be his life. Chasing his dream of moving to America and immersing himself in the music scene that had inspired him throughout his childhood, Edo Ferragamo enrolled at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, to study guitar and music theory. After graduating, Edo moved to New York to pursue his solo career.
An avid performer, Edo Ferragamo has opened for the likes of Nile Rodgers at the Brooklyn Bowl, Fedez in Milan and Anastacia in Rome and Turin. This summer, he completed his first tour, performing at the Home Festival in Venice (which featured headlining acts such as Young Thug, Aphex Twin, Paul Kalkbrenner, and Pusha T), the Oltre Festival in Bologna, Nammos Mykonos as a special guest of Amr Diab & Antonis Remos, and at Manifattura Tabacchi in Florence. Edo Ferragamo also regularly performs in New York at venues including the Bowery Electric, the Mercury Lounge, and Gospel.
Last year, Edo began developing his eponymous, debut album, The Edo Ferragamo Project, teaming up with American DJ/Producer Gazzo (Billie Eilish, Steve Aoki, Maejor, Lindsay Stirling, Mike Shinoda, Tom Morello, Desiigner) and Italian Producer Roberto Baldi (Sting, Depeche Mode, Giorgio Moroder, Robert Palmer, Club Dogo, Carmen Consoli).
Comprised of 8 original tracks, The Edo Ferragamo Project was inspired by the past two years of Edo’s life. He released the first single off the record, “Common People”earlier in 2019 and the single has gone on to amass over 160k streams on Spotify. He preceded the single with “That’s The Way”, a high-energy pop track featuring a strong guitar riff and heavy beats. The single has also become his most streamed single, with over 170k streams.
Today, Edo Ferragamo introduces another electrifying track with “Justice”. The single will be followed by a live music video coming soon.