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Published on April 2nd, 2020 | by Al Geiner


Eric Reed’s Style Takes You Back to Rocks Roots

Eric Reed’s style takes you back to Rocks Roots with a mashup sound of Rock, folk, blues and Country Music. Echoing Retro Vibe  sounds of The Byrds and Tom Petty with Dire Straits to Ryan Adams influence. Eric finds a way to draw people in  and let them experience the lyrics on a personal level, finding a way to connect to those who hear his music. Without a doubt Eric is on the Way to Rise to the Top Of The Pops! 

Growing up in sleepy Bakersfield, Calif., Eric Reed dreamt of making music in a creative community. He yearned to surround himself with artists to inspire, and who could inspire him, as he pursued a vision that began taking shape when he was a boy playing guitar, learning the cello, singing in choir and hanging around recording studios in his hometown. Today, Eric  is living out that dream in the famously artistic Los Angeles enclave of Venice, where he is one of the most familiar and dynamic presences on the local rock music scene. Eric  has put some of his most personal work into his new solo album “A Perfect Life”. With tracks like “Ain’t Enough” and “Crumbling Down” having a raw Nashville country rock sound the album shows its versatility veering off into the blues as well as some heartfelt ballads ending with “Now I Have The Beat” a moody rock song. “You will hear a blend of all of my influences growing up from Rock, Country to Americana. This album is 100% authentic and a true representation of who I am. All of the music I write comes from the heart and life experience”. – Eric Reed. It’s just a matter of time before his music reaches a larger audience.

One his music “So this is literally the honest truth… Growing up writing and playing music I’ve always drawn inspiration through everything my eyes see and my heart feels and this solo album was no different.  It was a chapter of my life full of love, loss, heartbreak and when you get to the last song “Now I Have The Beat” a confidence and acceptance”


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