Eric Herman and the Invisible Band
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Eric Herman and the Invisible Band

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The best kept secret in music


"Monkey Business is one of the best kids records ever!"

When it comes to children's records, I enlist my associate reviewers, ages 6, 8 and 10. They've listened to everything that's out, and have moved on to more sophisticated genres. So, it takes a lot to impress them. Boy, were they impressed. Within seconds of slipping the CD into the player, the whole crew was doing the boogaloo in the dining room, and Dad was gettin' down right along with them. We all wanted to hear it over and over. If you have kids my age (42) or younger, you'll want this CD now. Herman has a tremendous sense of humor. While his subject matter covers all the usual topics, he does so without any of the gentle admonishments and soothing music that most children's artists employ. The record is gutsy pop rock. No doubt that Monkey Business is one of the best kids records ever. - Victory Review

"Inspired, clever and nicely produced!"

Inspired, clever and nicely produced rock tunes that will at once have you dancing in the streets and bent over laughing with milk squirting out your nose – if 'Prune Juice' doesn't get you moving then nothing will. -


Snow Day! (2006)
Monkey Business (2005)
The Kid in the Mirror (2003)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Eric Herman is a talented performer, composer, actor and writer with an engaging sense of humor and an instant rapport with kids. He offers creative music shows and assembly programs that involve the audience and present educational concepts in an entertaining fashion.
In late 2004, Eric moved to the southeastern part of Washington State from Western New York, where he was a member of Young Audiences and was a regular nominee for area music awards as "Best Solo Performer".
In addition to recording and performing music of various styles, Eric has also written two stage musicals. The first, A Week in the Life, was produced in Buffalo in 2003 to much acclaim and earned Eric an Artie Award nomination as "Best Actor in a Musical".
Eric brings all of his creative talents to the forefront when performing programs for kids. Full of comedy and fun, and including plenty of participation, his shows have received enthusiastic responses from kids and adults alike.
Eric's backup group, the Invisible Band, is comprised of some of the finest invisible musicians in the world. Invisible Dave was the touring bass player for Milli Vanilli and the studio bassist for The Doors; Invisible Jill has performed in many films where player pianos could not be obtained; Invisible Keith's drumming can be heard on numerous rap, hip-hop and techno recordings; Invisible Pete plays the tuba and was a stunt double for Chevy Chase in "Memoirs of an Invisible Man" and Kevin Bacon in "Hollow Man". Together with Eric Herman's vocals and guitar-playing, they are a tight-knit group of rock solid musicianship.