Tucson Songwriters Twofer Series - A Concertwindow Series Online! Hear premier SW songwriting talent from anywhere in the world, streaming live into your living room. Pay what you want, tip what you want, interact, make requests. It's very cool. We'll trade off songs and sing some harmonies Eric is one of the country's most prolific, melodious and beloved songwriters. I'll be teaming up with other Tucson songwriters periodically for this series! Join us! NOTE: "Doors" open 6 p.m.; show is at 6:30 p.m. *PACIFIC TIME*
Julie says: “I walked into a PGS room during the last FAR-West music conference where Eric Hansen was playing and was immediately struck through the heart with Eric's calm beautiful voice & lyrics, I had the goosebumps. I knew he would be perfect to perform at Julie's Joint! 2 times Kerrville Festival New Folk finalist. In 2013 he was a lucky recipient of a double lung transplant! I'm looking forward to sharing him with all the wonderful folks who come to Julie's Joint! There's more bio/videos/music on his website: www.erichansen.net Door open at 5:00 pm with music starting promptly at 5:30 pm. First set with John Zipperer, next a delicious dinner (Pot luck appreciated!) and a wonderful set from Eric Hansen. And last but not least… SongCircle, so bring your voice, your axe, your stand up bass, your kazoo or your dancing shoes! Please RSVP me, Julie Maxey Zipperer at Juliesjoint@johnzipperer.com.
Please email Carol for RSVP. and address. firstname.lastname@example.org Potluck if you like. Feel free to bring a camp chair.
Eclectic coffee house offering breakfast, lunch, coffee drinks, smoothies and ice cream, along with music, open microphone, dance lessons and entertainment.
Sounds Like: James Taylor, Harry F. Chapin
Label: Half Moon Full Star Records
Bio: Eric was born October 6, 1956 in Highland, Indiana. By the time he was 12, his family had moved to Chicago, where he studied classical guitar. After high school, he attended Chicago Musical College, where he studied voice, classical guitar and then stumbled upon the theatre dept. He left the cons...See Full Bio
“About “Hero in the Dark” I certainly subscribe to the ethic that much of the good that goes on is invisible. When they look for God’s army - you know how the old 700 Club talks about enlisting large groups of Christians marching? I tend to giggle because I think that God assembled, in the spirit, a huge raggle-taggle bunch of unassociated people who are more likely to do God’s will than their own will, and that’s what I see in ‘Hero in the Dark.’ And, as he says in the last chorus, you too should attempt to be a hero. ”