40 Years & Counting Coming To The Silverton.

For years, I've had the honor of sharing the stage with a cavalcade of extremely talented musicians. And on Friday night February 23 at the Silverton Casino in Las Vegas, it will be no different. I mean, look at who is in this band. Las Vegas, you know them, you love them, and you can't live without them! Check them out! You just simply can't miss this! These people are amazing! I can't express enough my true gratitude and appreciation for what each one has brought to this project. Their attention to detail and their dedication to and true belief in this project was nothing short of awe-imspiring. I'll never be able to thank them enough. And now, Ladies and Gentlemen my band!

Alex Leon Jr, Percussion 

Anthony Jordan, Bass

David McLaurin, Woodwinds

Francisco Cibrian, Drums

Jassen Allen, Vocals

Mark Laity, Trumpet

Michael Evans, Trombone

Nate Wingfield, Guitar

Nikki Logan, Vocals

and my friend, my partner, my brother for well over 40 Years & Counting, Phillip Ingram.

I gotta mention Larry Hall of HAS Productions who is making sure we sound awesome. Why am I mentioning him? Because he's that good!

Thank you, Raul Sanchez for the promo. I never had to ask much. You knew what I wanted and totally delivered.  

And finally, a huge shout-out to Jaimee Moore, Rob Hathcock (DJ ROB) and the entire staff and crew at Silverton Hotel and Casino (3333 Blue Diamond Road, Las Vegas. 89139).  Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

We 'bout to turn it up! Y'all don't want to miss this! We're gonna get down and funky and up and pretty! Be there!!


Phillip Ingram

My story with Phillip continues to this very day.  Phillip and I are from Akron, Ohio. We met at a band rehearsal/audition for the band he was with at the time, Raw Soul. I was there to audition for the trombone position. I had actually started learning to play about a year earlier. I think I was 17, and Phillip, 15. Phillip was a monster vocalist even at such a young age. Even though he was (and still is) extremely funny, he also had wisdom beyond his years that even I recognized at my young age. We were both kids in our young teens  but we both already knew what we wanted. 

Fast forward to today, Phillip commands a stage like no one I have ever seen. I used to be jokingly 'jealous' of the audience because they got to see him perform in all his glory, while I could only see him from wherever I stood or sat on stage with him. He's that good.

I'm immensely honored that we are still both friends and brothers. And that has continued for well over 40 Years & Counting..........



Thank You!

I wish to thank you all for visiting my website. I sincerely hope you continue to do so. Tell your friends. Bring them along. I wish I could personally thank each and every one of you, but the response to the site has been so overwhelming after barely 48 hours, it is difficult to do so at this time. And I absolutely love your responses! It is my goal to keep you updated on all things Eddie Fluellen. I've had a number of happenings over the years, and I've had the honor of sharing time and the stage with quite a few performing acts who have become personal friends as well (both local and national). I will most definitely be giving you their updates and also giving them their due props on this forum.  

I'm extremely proud of this site and how it turned out for which I have to thank my son, Ian, the Builder immensely. But, I digress. I will thank him on a more personal blog which is very soon to come. I also want to thank photographer Bill Vaughn who took some pretty awesome photos,  which I'll share later. And, his wife Pat (a wonderful assistant) who made me not only look natural with her make-up talents but also made sure my poses and postures were on point! The session was extremely relaxed and comfortable. 

So, to you my Friends and Supporters, I'll try my best to keep you updated not only on music related items, but maybe some personal musings as well. Thank you, again. Meanwhile, stay tuned. More to come.......