Eric Erdman 8pm Wednesday 19 August 2020

Eric Erdman 8pm Wednesday 19 August 2020

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PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIMITED TICKETS SHOW YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR PURCHASE AND HAVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR ORDER HAS BE CONFIRMED TO ENTER THE SHOW.  Live and Interactive on...
PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A LIMITED TICKETS SHOW YOU MUST COMPLETE YOUR PURCHASE AND HAVE AN EMAIL CONFIRMATION THAT YOUR ORDER HAS BE CONFIRMED TO ENTER THE SHOW. 

Live and Interactive on video chat playing songs answering questions and seeing all your smiling face or if you like leave you camera off listen and chat. This is a true an experience you will never forget.

If it’s true that an artist’s job is to captivate us for however long they have asked for our attention no one has looked away from Eric Erdman since he first took the stage to front a band. Maybe that is because there is nothing between Eric and his audience, between Eric and the world. He lets it all in and what comes back is a poet’s soul in a troubadour’s voice.Face to face with the crowds, singing of the challenges facing the youth, the country, and the heartbroken have fueled four albums, constant gigging that included three international USO tours, and only seared in Eric’s need to write about what he sees, what he feels. He’s penned a theme song for a nationally televised show, produced every genre from big band to country because you can’t pigeonhole a true artist. You can’t slow them down. He hears what a song should sound like before it’s really a song. Actor Bruce Greenwood speaks of Eric’s inspiration 
that makes the musicians on his projects “as emotionally involved” as he is, his guitar work, “stunning and specific” pulling the listener “inside the song”.
His new record gives us something to think about and something to feel. While that’s not unusual from an Eric Erdman project it does seem to have brought together everything he does and knows well, offering us even deeper insight into ourselves and others and Eric.


It’s not like we don’t know him.