e2K was a world/folk band formed out of the break-up of Edward II. This resulted in two albums Shift (2001), and If Not Now (2003) on which Kellie While took the main vocal duties and which were very well-received in the folk and roots press. The band toured for three years with this line-up.
e2K made its name as one of the most exciting bands on the UK folk scene, with a formidable reputation as a live act and festival favourite, having re-invented itself from its previous incarnation as Edward II & The Red Hot Polkas. The original band was primarily known as a dance band but the addition of Kellie While on vocals produced a great fusion of folk, world, jazz and dance influences.
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