Eddie Bullen is in every way, a standout amongst his generation of multi-talented artists.
Eddie’s lengthy career has yielded an abundance of awards and recognition for his
From his first album, ‘Nocturnal Affair’ to his most recent ‘Spice
Island’, Eddie gives his audience a taste of contemporary jazz, flavoured with Caribbean
Since his move to Toronto in 1980 from Grenada, Eddie has worked with Caribbean,
Canadian and American artists like Melba Moore, Anslem Douglas, Byron Lee, Maestro,
David Rudder, Liberty Silver, Deborah Cox and Dee Dee Bridgewater.
He is also a
composer and arranger for TV, Radio and Films.
His work has been heard on City TV, YTV,
Love & Hip Hop (American Television Series) and Wine TV Australia.
To date Eddie Bullen has produced over 150 albums and is currently working on several
new ventures through his record company Thunder Dome Sounds and publishing
company QDB music.
Eddie is always on the lookout for cutting edge new innovative
Eddie’s two sons Quincy and Tre-Michael are both following in their father’s footsteps.
Quincy, the elder son has recorded three CDs under the Thunder Dome Sounds label: On Q,
Quintessential Boys, Under Age (which was featured in high rotation on XM satellite radio)
Through his production company Thunder Dome Sounds, Eddie is fulfilling his passion for
nurturing youth talent through a high school co-op program he launched in 1986.
Challenges like this keep Eddie Bullen growing artistically and personally.