Tuesday Tunes: Edward Kwiatkowski

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Edward Kwiatkowski sings along with the other Heartbreakers at the Pop Concert. Kwiatkowski started singing in sixth grade. Photo by Alex Merkle-Raymond.

Edward Kwiatkowski sings along with the other Heartbreakers at the Pop Concert. Kwiatkowski started singing in sixth grade. Photo by Alex Merkle-Raymond.

This week, The Paly Voice talked with senior Edward Kwiatkowski about his favorite music. Kwiatkowski is pursuing a bachelor’s of music degree in performance guitar at the Los Angeles College of Music. 

“I joined choir in sixth grade but I picked up a guitar when I was 13, so the summer of seventh grade. I’ve been playing for five years now,” Kwiatkowski said. “My favorite song to play on the guitar is probably ‘Had to Cry Today’ by Blind Faith. Music is pretty much most of what I dedicate my time and focus to. There aren’t many other things I can think of that come before music for me.”

Wuthering Heights — Kate Bush

Moonage Daydream — David Bowie

Bang Bang — Monophonics

Lay Lady Lay — The Byrds

Fool Yourself — Little Feat

Red Rain — Peter Gabriel

I Want to Take You Higher — Sly and the Family Stone

Blues Dance Raid — Steel Pulse

Has He Got a Friend for Me — Richard Thompson

Tell Me Something Good — Chaka Khan and Rufus