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Erisa Rei

Erisa Rei

Blues / Rock / Soul Lincoln, IL  US
Be Gone, Winter Long
Be Gone, Winter Long
Black Ball
Black Ball
Swing Back To Home
Swing Back To Home
About Love
About Love
I Still Need You
I Still Need You

Discography

  • Aboutlovecover
    About Love Released on Feb 3, 2015
  • Erisaalbum frontcover
    Black Ball Released on Dec 12, 2012
  • Erisareibackwardspromolarge
    Backwards Released on Sep 1, 2007

Videos

Erisa Rei Homegrown Ep. 1 (For the Record)

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  • Jeffrey Whitman (Artist)
    Jeffrey Whitman
    "I Still Need You" ! on the player this Sunday ! What a Great voice you have !
  • Maria DiDonato (Artist)
    Maria DiDonato
    Good luck with the mini tour.
  • Jeffrey Whitman (Artist)
    Jeffrey Whitman
    "Swing Back Home" on the player this Tuesday ! Really Excellent play from top to bottom !
  • Maria DiDonato (Artist)
    Maria DiDonato
    Congratulations on reaching 10,000 fans. A well deserved accomplishment.
  • Official Outcome (Artist)
    Official Outcome
    Stopping by to spread some love and support this rainy Wednesday :) Enjoying your tracks today down here in south Florida. Love and Blessings.
  • Amia Franz (Artist)
    Amia Franz
    Great :)

Photos

  • Erisa Rei
  • On the Tokyo Rosenthal Program- February 2015

Members

Erisa Rei

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About

Sounds Like: Bonnie Raitt, Tedeschi Trucks Band, Ray LaMontagne, Adele, Sarah McLachlan

Label: Creative & Dreams Music Network

Bio: Erisa Rei has one of those soulful voices that either seeps slowly into the cracks of your heart with soft croonings, or blasts through your walls of reserve with its power. Having her own musical formula, her songs are her own recipe of blues, soul, and roots rock, unique to what is "Erisa Rei"....See Full Bio

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Status

Twitter_icon_for_status: A little clip of the first song of the first gig in DC a little ways back. Listen to Erik's awesome https://t.co/NF4zpZhV9l

Press

“Black Ball envelopes listeners with a constant ebb and flow and courses through the album like water.”

— Alternate Root Magazine

Recent Blogs

New Music
Mar 30, 2015

In February, I released a new digital single, "About Love" . You can get it her... [more]

Little Break
Oct 10, 2014

I'm taking a few months off from gigging, in order to prepare for the move we're... [more]

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Q: hi erisa, you have a great singing vocal voice, have you always loved music and what age did you start singing. does anyone else in your family background share your love of music, dave uk...

A: Thanks, David! :) When I was very little I would make my family sit on the couches at my grandparents' house, while I stood on the fireplace and sang "Tomorrow" from Annie. I used a wooden block as a microphone, which I dubbed my "woo". This is because I was in awe of Crystal Gayle when I'd watch her on the television. I wanted her long hair and thought she was so beautiful singing on the screen singing, "woo-oooo" :) There was a time period between the ages of 10 and 13, where I didn't listen to music at all. I really got more into singing once I reached college. I tried out for choir, because all of my friends were, and ended up getting a scholarship. Then as time went on I enjoyed it more and more, until it became something that I HAD to do. As for other musicians in my family, my Mom was a "classically" trained pianist, and did a little singing. My Dad played the bass as a hobby. My brother is really into music, having used to play drums, but doesn't play any more. I believe my paternal grandmother sang a bit in school. My uncle, (Mom's brother,) is a multi-instrumentalist. But my great-grandfather apparently was a very good fiddler/violinist before he lost his hand in a farming accident. He owned a Stradivarius, which I'm guessing was passed down from someone in his lineage. I could be getting this story wrong, though. That's what I remember hearing. My Great-Grandfather died before I was born.

Asked by David Kevin Rogers. Answered on Sat May 02 2015

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  • Video Plays 11,374
  • Total Fans +3 10,804
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  • Facebook Likes 3,804
  • Twitter Followers 3,762
  • YouTube Subscribers 351
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