Ed Narigon started playing bass at the age of 16 when he found out that there were better guitar players, but no one wanted to play bass. Once he started the low notes, he never went back. Ed still owns and plays a 1968 Hofner Club Bass he bought used in 1969, along with a Fender Bassman amp to make it roar. As a teen, he freelanced as a substitute bass player for a country band, a singer/pianist, and a jazz sextet before landing a steady (kind of) gig with a teen-age band called Bluesberry Jam. He has lots of '70s road stories that he won't tell you.
Years passed. After short stints with some start-up groups in the Cedar Valley, Ed was recruited by Denny McCabe to provide the Foundation while Scott and Dave do their fancy stuff.
Ed is a dedicated introvert and prefers to let his bass do the talking. But he will smile at you.