Eric Meany
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Eric Meany


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Solo CDs:
"Everything I Said" (2001)
"One More Song" (2004)


Feeling a bit camera shy


Before relocating to Washington, D.C., in 2001, Eric Meany had been active in the New York City music scene for over 10 years. The early days saw him blasting out cover tunes as vocalist/keyboardist/rhythm guitarist for the bar band Radio Piranha. In 1994 he hooked up with singer/songwriter Mychael LaMorte to craft some exquisite pop-rock in the unfortunately short-lived quartet Love Song Fools. In 1996 he brought his keyboard stylings to the already established Primrose Hill. From that group Eric, along with Gary Thomas and Eric Silver, emerged in 1998 to establish the core of the Frank Heavens ensemble. Also in the mid-90's, Eric began his association with singer/songwriter Jessica McLaren. Eric played piano for her throughout the remainder of the decade, as well as co-producing and recording her album “Leaving The Island.” Along the way, Eric occasionally provided keyboard work for a variety of acts, including Mini-King, Kris, The Ho-Ho's, and Individual Fruit Pie. He was the musical director and keyboard player for the Roxxmore Productions presentation of “Fire And Ice: A Tribute To Pat Benatar” staged in New York City in October of 2000.

In 1999, Eric began performing as a solo act. Armed only with an acoustic guitar, he sang his original songs to anyone who would listen (and many who wouldn't). Throughout the year 2000 he was hard at work recording these songs, and in January of 2001 his CD “Everything I Said” was released. Eric was responsible for all of the noises made on the record, which included lead and backing vocals, acoustic and electric guitar, bass, keyboards, and percussion.

After establishing his new home in the nation’s capital, Eric took his time writing and recording the material that would comprise his 2004 CD “One More Song.” After capturing the spirit of his live acoustic performances with the sparsely produced “Everything I Said,” Eric gave the nine tunes on “One More Song” the full band treatment and more. Plans are in the works for an even more high energy and adventurous set of recordings to be completed in the near future as Eric continues to hone his new material with the occasional live solo appearance.