The vocal duo is something of a rarity. There have been countless solo stars, trios, quartets and quintets, but the pairing of equally talented singers isn’t nearly as common. Sam and Dave, Ashford and Simpson, the Righteous Brothers and the Everly Brothers comprise a short list of standouts. Enter Myron & E.
Myron (Myron Glasper) was born and raised in South Central Los Angeles. He sang in choirs and played piano growing up, and was a star athlete in football and track, but found his calling as a dancer. Working with Rosie Perez landed him on the early ’90s sketch comedy show In Living Color. During those years, however, the streets of South Central were no place to foster creativity, so Myron moved to the Bay and began touring as a backup singer, which is where he met E (Eric “E da Boss” Cooke).
About Myron & E
The Northern Cali soul duo Myron & E is recording a new album for Stones Throw Records. The group is backed by Timmion Records house band The Soul Investigators, who worked with Myron & E on a string of 45s released on Timmion in recent years - "Cold Game", "The Pot Club", "It's a Shame", and "On Broadway". Myron & E is covered in the latest issue of Wax Poetics by Danny Holloway, who writes: "Cold Game," and its amazing flip, "I Can't Let You Get Away