Corinne Bohjanen, Ed Horey, and Jen Webster create a beautiful tapestry of folk-pop harmonies. Their music is orig-inal,
creative, and hard to classify. They are a versatile trio, having covered hundreds of stylistically different songs
including Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire”, Modern English’s “I Melt with you” and Radiohead’s “Airbag.” In early
2012 Corinne and Ed decided to collaborate on an album of original songs, the result of which is their debut LP,
“Lazy Ash Tree.” That album was released by Paint Can Records in December of 2012. “Lazy Ash Tree” embraces
the simple and upbeat style of Alt Indie Folk. Jupiter Vinyl’s mellow back porch style, intimate and engaging live
performances, and inventive song writing and vocal harmonies set Jupiter Vinyl apart as a new up and comer in the
Pittsburgh music scene and beyond.
Corinne and Ed began performing together as Jupiter Vinyl in August 2010. Their music is reminiscent of a modern
day Johnny Cash and June Carter. Their new and interesting style grew out of their very different backgrounds.
Ed hails from just south of Pittsburgh, PA, a city that is experiencing an exciting renaissance of music and art. He has
studied guitar and piano for over 33 years. Ed runs Paint Can Records an independent record label that’s been producing music since 2002.
He’s released several albums ranging from solo classical guitar to indie rock and teaches
private guitar and piano lessons. He brings simple, reserved, yet highly sophisticated guitar work to the table.
Corinne, on the other hand, is from the small rural town of Marquette, MI, where she camped, hiked, fished and enjoyed an
active lifestyle in the wilderness of the Upper Peninsula. She grew up singing in school musicals, competing
in state honors choir competitions and was a member of the University of Michigan Glee Club. Her musical style was
also influenced by the summers she spent singing around campfires along the beautiful pristine shores of Lake Superior.
Her gifts lie in playing the bass, mandolin, and writing and singing unique harmonies.
In 2012 Jen Webster began performing with Corinne and Ed. The addition of Jen’s vocal harmonies and rhythms
round out Jupiter Vinyl’s upbeat indie folk sound. Jen hails from just north of Pittsburgh. She has studied drums,
bass, guitar, and vocals for 23 years. She grew up in a house that was always full of music that formed the basis of
her musical influences. She enjoyed singing along to folk tunes with her mom.