Ed Kremers Jr.
Edward Louis Kremers, Jr. (just "Ed Kremers" to all who know him) started calling American Square Dances at the age of fourteen, having learned much of his craft from his famous father, Ed Kremers. After being out of the business for a while, he returned and is now calling from Beginning through A2 levels for several clubs as well as traveling to calling engagements throughout the United States and internationally.
Ed is a professional, calling full time and recording for Silver Sounds Records. Having been a featured caller at many festivals and special events, he performs with a lively and upbeat style that is exciting for the dancers. Annually, he is recognized as one of the Top Ten callers by the Northern California Square Dance Association (NCSDA). An active member of Callerlab, among other caller organizations, he has a full complement of performing licenses.
Ed invites you to view his calling schedule and join him for an evening of dance. To Ed, the most important thing is, "Keep the Dancing Fun!"
Ed has produced several recordings, including I Don't Know Why; Mr. Piano Man; Lazy, Hazy, Crazy Days of Summer; The Wanderer; and Too Much Fun, available from Hanhurst's Tape & Record Service.