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CD release party for Human Music, Eric Steffensen's all-original acoustic album.
Gathering of Virtual Internet broadcasting musicians for 3 days of performances and jams
Eric Steffensen and Jason Brown are two local singer/songwriters in Salt Lake City. If you're unable to attend in person, live streaming audio will be available from http://www.ericsteffensen.com/
11:30 AM PST / 2:30 PM EST - Virtual Concert - Benefiting FEED-A_SMILE - Broadcast Internet Radio Audio at www.rhobelliott.com, or come to the virtual concert in-world. Join for free at www.secondlife.com
Vocals, Acoustic Guitar & Songwriting
Sounds Like: Steven Page, Yusuf Islam (aka Cat Stevens), Don Henley, R.E.M., John Popper
Bio: Eric is an acoustic rock performer and singer/songwriter from Salt Lake City who often performs via the internet.
Ranging from comical and laugh-out-loud songs to serious heartfelt songs, his voice and acoustic guitar will captivate and carry you through a wide range of emotions. Combining influ...See Full Bio
: I'm performing today in Second Life at Lavender Field for Feed a Smile, where all proceeds will be donated to... http://t.co/13juU42di9
“Eric Steffensen hails from Salt Lake City in that other world we sometimes are confronted with. He’s an excellent instrumentalist, an accomplished singer and a very strong in the songwriting department. I would classify Eric as a “journeyman” musician. (I know, I know - Lao Tse says, “Comparisons are odious.” But the old Chinaman didn’t face a weekly deadline with only ideas and words at his disposal!) I should further explain: I intend “journeyman” to be taken in the British meaning: a tradesman who has completed his or her formal training and is working in the field completing work on their professional edge. So Eric is working very hard toward perfection in his craft: to be a working singer/songwriter. If you don’t know how difficult such a process is try this: just tell a joke at a crowded dinner table. Now imagine doing that - effectively - for an hour or two! Then toss in playing guitar, just for good measure. Catch my drift?”