Ehren Ebbage

Ehren Ebbage


Along the lines of Ryan Adams, Tom Petty, Ray Lamontagne. Live show is intimate and engaging.


"Ehren was great to work with and our students loved having him play."

Allison Griffith
SUB Advisor
Drury University

"Ehren was fun and delightful to work with. I look forward to having him again for another fantastic show next year"

Elezar Kenig
Student Activities Board
Illinois Institute of Technology

2009 has been a great year for Ehren Ebbage. Less than a year after releasing his debut record, 'Ten Cent Souvenir', Ehren has toured the United States several times and his songs have been featured on NPR and major network television including ABC's series finale of 'Eli Stone'.

Hailing from Seattle, Washington, Ebbage spent several years with Justin King's band, which was signed to Epic Records, playing guitar and singing on the group's first two EPs and full-length record.

Ebbage's debut album, Ten Cent Souvenir, was released in May of 2008 and features twelve memorable tracks. These songs span a spectrum of human emotion, from the pain and helplessness of war in 'Brother' to the declaration of independence in 'I'm Not Sorry', to the bliss of finding someone perfect in 'Earthquakes'. Ebbage also shows his range musically, tending toward alt-country on tracks like 'The Way She Does It' and towards rock 'n' roll on the album's title track and others.

Ten Cent Souvenir was produced by Zac Rae, who has contributed to the music of a long list of artists, including Sea Wolf, Fiona Apple and Alanis Morisette. Rae also plays keyboards on most of the album's tracks, as does David Immergluck of Counting Crows. Ten Cent Souvenir is available for purchase through CDBaby and iTunes.

In addition to touring as a solo artist, Ehren plays lap steel, guitar and sings with up-and-coming Portland indie rockers The Dimes. He will be touring the United States throughout 2008.


Ten Cent Souvenir, 2008
Bottlerocket, 2007 (EP)

Set List

Ehren usually plays a 60-90 minute set of original music.