Ed’s eagerly awaited follow-up to 2014’s critically-acclaimed Paper Boats finds him bridging the gap between the gentler, more contemplative acoustic flavor of that solo debut and the more baroque full-band excursions that perked the ears of Ditchflowers fans.

Ed Woltil (Solo)

Melding a Beatlesque ear for tunecraft with a Brill-building pop sophistication, “every song exhibits supreme musicianship and an insightful yet earthy lyricism” (Pop Matters).


An English folk-popper teams up with an American art-rocker resulting in a “gloriously synergistic merging of talents” (No Depression).


St. Petersburg based baroque pop masters deliver “exquisite…sweet, timeless pop” (Creative Loafing).

About Ed

Best known for his work as singer, guitarist and chief songwriter for St. Petersburg Florida art-pop band The Ditchflowers, Ed Woltil’s music has been featured on NPR’s Open Mic; Performing Songwriter magazine singled out Carried Away, The Ditchflowers’ 2007 debut CD, as a “Top 12 DIY Pick; and he has shared the stage with legends like Richard Thompson, Alex Chilton, Graham Parker and Procol Harum. Woltil has garnered numerous regional and national awards, including First Prize in the 2000 USA Songwriting Competition, Gospel category; and Runner-Up in the 2006 John Lennon Songwriting Competition, Folk category.