We All Need To Know Eric Erdman
Some friends are big supporters of Alabama-based singer-songwriter Eric Erdman; since we have similar taste in music (we met at AmericanaFest), they suggested I would enjoy his recent release, It’s Not Like You Don’t Know Me. They were right!!!
“It’s not like you don’t know me/You’ve heard me in every song” – how’s that for an anthem from a singer-songwriter???
His biography reads, in part, “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.”
Eric’s style is bluesy folk, at least to me.
There is much about this album that reminds me of a lifelong favorite of mine, Eric Andersen.
Rather than listening to me babble about this terrific album, head over to Eric’s website and order it for yourself. You won’t be sorry!
Posted on March 18, 2018, in album review and tagged acoustic blues, Alabama, album review, Baldwin County Public Records, Eric Erdman, folk music. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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