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Eric Schreiber

Eric Schreiber

Jazz / Fusion / Rock Glenolden, PA  US
The Chuck Anderson Trio: Flight
The Chuck Anderson Trio: Double Dippin
The Chuck Anderson Trio: Mystique
The Chuck Anderson Trio: Princess of the Nile
The Chuck Anderson Trio: In a Misty Glow


  • 2015

    Mar 13

    Lancaster, PA, US | 7:00pm

    scot and Eric will perform jazz, latin and contemporary classics, instrumental and vocal while you enjoy the finest in local wine and cheese dishes.


  • Chuck Anderson Trio on Miles of Music
  • Chuck Anderson Trio at New Hope Winery
  • The Nerve at Grape St


Bio: Eric Schreiber is a Philadelphia area bassist/composer currently a member in ...

The Chuck Anderson Trio: Dreambox Media recording artist Chuck Anderson (Guitar) and his Trio, Eric Schreiber (Bass) and Ed Rick (Drums). Recent Releases: 'Freefall' CD (2010) and 'Live at Chaplin's Music Cafe' DVD ...See Full Bio




“In the first set, the group combined familiar standards with Anderson originals, and as they warmed up, the intensity and swing of their playing developed in the direction of more and more improvisational freedom typical of the best grooving club dates. With his original, "In a Misty Glow," from Freefall, Anderson began to come forth with his fantastic guitar work, shifting timbres and sonorities, executing Paganini-like swift fingering, and resonating with the history of the jazz guitar, with shades of Django Reinhardt, Les Paul, Wes Montgomery, and Pat Martino floating around in a bluesy mix. Three more originals, "Bojon," "Enchanted Garden," and "Double Dippin'" gave Anderson additional opportunities to show his wares, and bass guitarist, Eric Schreiber came on with solos whose virtuosity complemented Anderson well and took off from ideas developed by the latter. The trio plays in a tightly coordinated formation that at times sounds virtually like a single instrument.”

— Victor Schurmer, AllAboutJazz

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