Edison Glass

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Edison Glass
Joshua Silverberg, in 2005
Joshua Silverberg, in 2005
Background information
Also known asEdison, Mannafest
OriginLong Island, New York, U.S.
GenresIndie rock, pop rock, progressive rock
Years active1998-2008
Associated actsHeavy Duty Super-Ego
MembersJoshua Silverberg
Josh Morin
James Usher
Joe Morin

Edison Glass was an American indie rock band from Coram, Long Island, New York, consisting of Joshua Silverberg (singer/guitarist), Josh "Mountain" Morin (singer/bassist), Joe Morin (drummer), and James Usher (guitarist). The band was called Mannafest when it formed in 1998; it was eventually changed to Edison, and later to Edison Glass when they were signed by Credential Recordings in 2004. Their current band name is derived from the names of inventor Thomas Edison and composer Philip Glass.[1][2][3][4]

Edison Glass released their debut album A Burn or a Shiver in 2006 with Credential Recordings, and they released their second album Time is Fiction two years later.[5]





  • The Last Goodbye (2004)


Radio singles[edit]

  • "Forever"
  • "In Such A State"
  • "Let Go"


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