FRESH SONG FRIDAYS
Every Friday in the year of 2019 I will be releasing a live performance video of a fresh song of mine that has yet to make an album. I will be alternating weeks, one week will be me playing a song solo, the following week I'll be enlisting the help of some of my amazingly talented friends.
So click the video below. If you enjoy it please SHARE SHARE SHARE and also Subscribe to my YouTube Channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt1OMntocEej-YZOatY_jcw) so you can get the freshness when it is freshest!!!!
2019 is starting off with a bang for me. Thank you for the undying love and support of me and my music. Love y'all
I’m very honored and excited to announce this to the world.
The Official Video for “It’s Not Like You Don’t Know Me” is HERE.
Please Please Please share it far and wide (and often)
Big Thank you to The Daily Country for premiering it
CLICK LINK BELOW TO VIEW THE VIDEO ON THE DAILY COUNTRY
Also a huge Thank you is due to Scott Lumpkin at Skate Mountain Records for producing the video. Drew Hall for shooting it.
Anna Bishop for starring in it
Tim Jackson and Lindsey Thompson for writing the song with me
Rick Hirsch for helping me produce the album.
And of course Jeff Zimmer at Baldwin County Public Records for making it all happen.
It's Not Like You Don't Know Me
"It's Not Like You Don't Know Me" produced by Rick Hirsch and Eric Erdman
on Baldwin County Public Records
That's What Love Does
It's Not Like You Don't Know Me
You're Still Dangerous
What Karma Wouldn't Do
The Leader of the Exodus
What's Left Of What Used To Be
The Drought Is Over
I Get Carried Away
Bird On A Powerline
Thank You Mobile For making the release shows at both the Listening Room and Cedar Street Social Club resounding successes. This week will be one I remember forever.
"It's Not Like You Don't Know Me" is now in the world. If ya feel so inclined , please help spread the word. Share Share Share.
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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 touring that included three international USO
shows, 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.