I was born on the outskirts of the Everglades in Naples Florida on November 7th, 1984. Almost immediately I was singing before even talking. My big debut came when performing my favorite Christmas tunes for the whole family around the holidays. As I grew into my teen years, I studied under a variety of vocal instructors as well as modeling and acting classes. With a desire to bring my talents to the next level, I spent some years developing my song writing and studio skills with accomplished producer and family friend Jon Bainter. At seventeen nearing eighteen, I responded to a talent search from Collier Entertainment that involved thousands of applicants. The company that had been responsible for major bookings in southwest Florida now desired to enter into artist management. my talent, looks, strong desire and commitment impressed the company to abandon the idea of immediately working with many artists and decided to place all artist management efforts towards me. In the following year, I performed a variety of venues from a Clear Channel radio sponsored contest which awarded me the privilege to open for Confederate Railroad in front of thousands of fans as well as numerous headlining club dates. I also went back into the studio to have the opportunity to show others the new material I had been collaborating on with my friend and songwriter Robbie Quinn. I enlisted the help of many fine musicians including veteran guitarist Michael Blassucci who has accompanied the likes of Randy Travis, Ricky Van Shelton and Pam Tillis among others.I was so happy when I got the chance to open for Aaron Tippin and Jim Van Fleet. I am so thankful for fans!I
Now pursuing the next step of what I feels destined to do, I would love to be in Nashville. I feels as if a part of me has always been there waiting for the rest of me to show up. Quick to make friends, I has already found some loyal fans when I have been called up on stage to perform and looks forward to meeting many more, very soon.
Ways of the Wicked One
This song talks about the hard times people go through. Life is good and it's not worth giving up when things go wronge
Mighty Soldier off of my CD "Just Another Road"
6/1/2009 9:32:27 PM
It has been a while. Oh how things can change. I wanted to stop by and wish you all the best. You have always been an awsome inspiration. Keep It Real, Do It Right, Make It Country! ~Eric
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