Ed Grenga played his first professional gig at the age of thirteen. At seventeen he was a full time professional musician in the Boston area and by nineteen was crisscrossing the country in various rock and R&B bands.
In 1985 he moved to Los Angeles where he worked for producer Ross Vannelli, brother of Canadian recording star Gino Vannelli. Together they wrote and produced records for Jeffery Osborne, Howard Hewett (Shalomar), Kim Carnes, and Buddy Miles.
Ed moved back to Boston in 1989, having bolstered his resume with music scores and songs for three major motion pictures, a Top Ten hit, two Gold and two Platinum albums.
Since then, he has composed thousands of soundtracks for Fortune 500 companies and contributed his talents to PBS programs, Emmy Award winning documentaries, feature films and television shows.