After a long, long hiatus, things are opening up… Finally!! Your favorite Living Room is back in action. So time to put that donut down and get with the program! Remember, this Living Room works better if you have your pants and skirts on. Just Sayin! Come on over to Christy’s in Greenville, NC on Saturday, March 27. Because it’s music and songwriters performing outside in The Asphalt Canyon… that’s Christy’s Parking Lot from 4 pm – 7 pm!
In Greenville, Live Music Rules!
Eric has played thru Greenville many times, and Christy’s has always been a welcome stop. It has great food, in an intimate setting but so much more! It’s the ideal spot for people-watching. Why? You’ll see drinkers, poets, tattermedallions, and the obscure assortment of characters only the best college towns attract.
This makes it ideal for an artist like Eric Sommer to show up. And to play, sing, write and scribble out songs on the patio. Or the bar. Or the parking lot. In fact, that’s where you will find him on March 27th…
This is another beautiful effort by Jeff Blinder, Christy’s, and The Spazz Fest crowd! to make a difference and throw up show anywhere they can, and big hugs to Christy’s for always working to keep the music and the groove alive.
Eric Sommer sez: See you there!
“How do you call this sidekick to unique personalities ranging from Nick Lowe to John Koerner an underachiever? This multi-instrumentalist bad boy could easily be a superstar in his own right…” Midwest Record, Lake Zurich, IL
“Eric Sommer is an astounding guitar player, a virtuoso on acoustic and electric… Eric has worked with everybody who is anybody; His resume’ reads like a musical encyclopedia…” Nashville Music Reviews, Don & Sherry’s Blog
“It’s a wonderful evening whenever Eric Sommer is part of it… Not to be missed!” Austin Record, Steve Barron
Guitarin’ and Singin’ is what Eric Sommer is all about.
Singer/songwriter Eric Sommer is an unbelievable intersection of improbable influences and experiences channeled into an amazingly diverse catalog and a résumé that reads more like a musical adventure novel than a series of career bullet points.