ECG, owned and operated by Joe Eglash, specializes in producing professional-grade brand and image identity development (logo and print graphic design and web design) for small-to-medium-sized businesses, independent artists, and publishing companies. We are located in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
EGLASH CREATIVE GROUP.
ECG, owned and operated by publishing and music industry veteran Joe Eglash, is a firm offering affordable and unmatched service in web design, print and logo design, project management, and sheet music transcription, editing, and arranging. We are happily based in beautiful Tulsa, Oklahoma.
"When working with a client, my focus is on collaboration, communication, and clarity. Reshaping the feel of your business should be an exciting, creative process - and for that, I am proud to offer a high level of personal, reasonable service to you." -
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In addition to Eglash Creative Group, Joe Eglash (aka Joel N. Eglash) created oySongs.com, the leading online source for Jewish music (audio and sheet music downloads). It was sold in 2012. Formerly Managing Director of Transcontinental Music Publications and URJ Press, music/book publishing divisions of the Union for Reform Judaism, he has hundreds of publications to his credit.
Independent artists and small businesses know Joe as a jack-of-all-trades designer, compositor, engraver, and publisher. But he is also a recognized authority in the music industry and guitar pedagogy, and is a consultant of musical repertoire, marketing, and building congregational instrumental ensembles. His popular T'filah Band songbook series [more info], containing arrangements of liturgical music for synagogue band and choir, was published by Tara Publications.
Raised in a family of folk music enthusiasts in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Joe studied the guitar and saxophone. Before earning his B.A. in Judaic Studies from Brooklyn College, he studied classical guitar with Jeffrey Van at the University of Minnesota, where he formed a band, The Flood.
For years, The Flood toured large college and community venues to capacity crowds, earning a substantial following. They released three popular albums of original music.
Build a Fire, Joe's debut solo recording, was released in 2009, and his sophomore follow-up, So Wired, in 2011. Three, released in 2013, marks a leap forward in recording and songwriting. It has quickly become a fan favorite, with its bold, emotional, and powerful songs. He plays every instrument, sings, and writes the entirety of his solo efforts.
Joe is active as a guitarist, multi-instrumentalist, bandleader, arranger, and composer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he resides with his wife and kids. He has found himself back in the smoky bar scene as lead guitarist with the Charmers, and is a member of four additional bands. He is a member of ASCAP and GTM.