Singer-songwriter and guitarist Edwin McCain has been called the “great American romantic” (The New York Times). His songs “I’ll Be” and “I Could Not Ask for More” were Top 40 hits and five of his albums have reached the Billboard 200.Read our Covid-19 Precautions & Policies
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Called the “great American romantic” by The New York Times, Edwin McCain has built an enviable career balancing his massive Pop success with the year-round touring schedule of a tireless troubadour. His hit songs, authentic spirit and surprisingly affable sense of humor keep fans coming back time and time again for nights that feel more like parties with old friends than Rock concerts. After recording two of the biggest love songs in the history of Pop music and experiencing the success that comes with a television show on Animal Planet (“Flipping Ships”), McCain now performs upwards of 100 shows annually throughout the US.
“The 15-year-old me would have crawled through a river of fire to be the Singer-Songwriter that I am today, and I remember that. I am incredibly grateful to be able to do this” McCain said.
Those enduring love songs (and wedding must-haves) “I’ll Be” and “I Could Not Ask For More” aren’t just for the romantic at heart; “American Idol” and “The Voice” contestants turn to McCain’s ballads every single year to help them win over judges and fans alike (just ask last season 14 “American Idol” winner, Nick Fradiani). Even Justin Bieber has been known to belt out “I’ll Be” during his own concerts.
2018 marked the 20th year of the success of “I’ll Be,” which topped the Billboard charts in 1998 and has proven to be a timeless classic over the past two decades.