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Eric Lewis

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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


http://mysite.verizon.net/ericlewis/press/press.htm - and paste into browser to see reviews


Discography

Clear, 2003, first self-produced album; engineered by Tim Miskimon at Basement Floor Productions.
The Speed of Light, 2001, produced by Alan Kozlay; solo debut album.
Superior Machines, 1998, produced by John Morand (Cracker, Joan Osbourne) at The Sound of Music in Richmond, VA; also licensed to MTV for Real World and Road Rules episodes.
New Live Switch, a live album.
Say It Anyway, 1996, produced by John Alagia (John Mayer, Dave Mathews Band, Ben Folds Five) and engineered by Doug Derryberry (Bruce Hornsby, The Empties); licensed to MTV for Real World and Road Rules episodes; Aware 4 compilation.

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Bio

When you come to one of my performances, you will see a singer, a guitarist, and a piano player. But above all, you will see a songwriter who truly loves the craft and art of writing songs.
My current influences are Gavin Degraw, Keith Urban, Dave Mathews, Anni Defranco, and Nelly Furtado.
Here’s some cool things I’ve done…
- toured the east coast ( Boston to Atlanta to Michigan to Tennessee.)
- moved over 10,000 units of four independently released CD’s;
Say It Anyway, 1996, produced by John Alagia (John Mayer, Dave
Mathews Band, Ben Folds Five); licensed to MTV for Real
World and Road Rules episodes; Aware 4 compilation.
       New Live Switch, a live album.
       Superior Machines, 1998, produced by John Morand (Cracker, Joan
Osbourne); also licensed to MTV for Real World and Road Rules
episodes.
       The Speed of Light, 2001, produced by Alan Kozlay; solo debut album.
- received extensive print coverage, and excellent college and specialty
commercial radio airplay
-  received over 75,000 hits at www.oncehush.com
-  sang national anthem at Camden Yards (Fall 2000.)
- performed at The Mall in Washington, D.C. for “The March” to conquer
Cancer.