ⓘ Edna's Goldfish

                                     

ⓘ Ednas Goldfish

Ednas Goldfish was an American ska punk band from Long Island, New York.

Together from 1997 to 2000 their Studio albums include before you knew better 1998 and 1999 transition year, and released on moon SKA records. Video for the song "Veronica Sawyer" received some AirPlay on the MTV show 120 minutes. The band toured with such bands as the toasters, catch 22, mustard plug, reel big fish and less than Jake.

After the 2000 tour with RX bandits and the Gadjits, the band decided to split to pursue other interests. Singer Brian Diaz went on to Form the reunion show with ex-members of step lively and the lightweights. Trombonist Ian McKenzie continued to play with catch 22. Bass player Kris Baldwin did some work for Epic Records, and then recorded and played with the Action. As of 2010, Chris Baldwin works in visual effects for leading 3D conversion production company in San Diego, California. In early April 2005, the members of the Ednas goldfish reunited to play a cancer benefit concert at the crazy donkey, in Farmingdale, new York, friend of the band who had cancer.

In 2009, Ednas goldfish played their first concert in four years on may 2 at the bamboozle festival in East Rutherford, new Jersey at the Meadowlands sports complex.

In November 2011, Connecticuts Asbestos records and Chicago, ILS underground communiqué records launched a fundraiser on Kickstarter to release "before you knew better" on vinyl, among other third-wave SKA, some classics pulled in the Pietasters, and suburban legends. If the money will be made on 18 January 2012, the records should be out spring 2012. Track better days is included as a bonus track on this release.

Ednas goldfish performed for the audience on October 21, 2012 at the Metropolitan theater in new York.