Edgar Struble

Edgar Struble is a film producer, music director, author, performer, and public speaker who works in a wide range of media, with a focus in television and film. Respected in the industry for his discerning leadership, talent, and warm personality, he brings exceptional organizational ability and a passion for creativity to every project.

Recently Edgar served as producer of God Bless the Broken Road, a faith-based film released to 2,500 screens in 2018. Prior movie projects include family-friendly films Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Treasure, Pirate’s Code: The Adventures of Mickey Matson, and Crowning Jules. “Working on these films has been a satisfying and exciting experience,” he says. “Producing gives me the opportunity to bring both artistic vision and solid business management skills to a project.”

In his ongoing association with Dick Clark Productions, he is currently music director and composer for the annual Academy of Country Music Awards, Billboard Music Awards, and former MD for The American Music Awards.

Edgar’s career was launched in Nashville in the mid-1970s when he began a 15-year engagement as music director for Kenny Rogers. Since 1999, he has been based in Los Angeles, where he has worked as music director and composer for television series and specials including Your Big Break, Greed, and the Miss America Pageant, as well as documentaries for TLC, A&E, and The History Channel. His acting credits include minor roles in The Hunley, Gambler V, The Dottie West Story, and Mickey Matson and the Copperhead Treasure.

Edgar’s 2010 book, Working in the Music Industry, draws upon his extensive experience as a performer, music director, and producer in presenting a practical guide to transforming an interest in music into a viable career. He has been keynote speaker at numerous entertainment summits, sharing his wisdom with those seeking careers in the business.

He has released three CDs featuring country standards and his own compositions.

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