Producer of the acclaimed film, God Bless the Broken Road and music director for network TV specials, The Academy of Country Music Awards, The Billboard Music Awards, and The American Music Awards, Edgar Struble is respected in the entertainment industry for his discerning leadership, talent, and the passion for creativity he brings to every project.
Edgar’s career was launched in Nashville in the mid-1970s when he began a 15-year engagement as music director for Kenny Rogers. The mid-90s found him in front of the camera as music director for Dick Clark’s Prime Time Country, a daily variety show airing on The Nashville Network. Now based in Los Angeles, he has worked as music director and composer for many television series and specials. 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.