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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk (born July 16, 1971) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.

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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk (born July 16, 1971) is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.


Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk (born July 16, 1971) is an American singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.

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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk (born July 16, 1971) is an American singer/songwriter singer, songwriter, and musician who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.


Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk (born July 16, 1971) is a bald singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.

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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk (born July 16, 1971) is a bald an American singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.


Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk is a bald singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.

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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk (born July 16, 1971) is a bald singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.


Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk is a bald singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the former lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.

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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk is a bald singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the former lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.


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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk is a bald singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the former lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he has been focusing on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him.


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Edward Joel "Ed" Kowalczyk is a bald singer/songwriter who's mostly known as the former lead singer of the band {{Music/Live}}. After his toxic split from the band in 2009, he has been focusing focused on a solo career of mostly Christian music. This page is for his career as a solo artist. Keep in mind that he performs any and all of his old songs from when he was with Live, so song-tropes from that era still apply to him.

him. He rejoined Live in December 2016.


* NamesTheSame: His song "Grace" is not a JeffBuckley cover. Not to be confused with a Live song called "Graze".

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* NamesTheSame: His song "Grace" is not a JeffBuckley Music/JeffBuckley cover. Not to be confused with a Live song called "Graze".

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