Image courtesy of The Urban Daily and Eric Roberson’s Official Website.
A live performance can be the ultimate experience to get inside of the soul, spirit, and passion of an artist and their music. The music comes to life. Your senses are titillated. Deeper meanings are unveiled. And by show’s end, your love, respect, and appreciation for the artist has grown immensely. That’s what happens when you see Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Eric “Erro” Roberson live.
What instantly connected with me was the realness, tenderness, vulnerability, and soul of Erro’s music. His music comes from a pure place–his heart. These distinguishing qualities are what continue to make Erro’s music and artistry so unique.
When Erro’s on the stage, you can’t help but be touched by his delivery and presentation. The happiness and joy that beams from his face as he performs is undeniable. It’s quite clear he loves what he does. And the energy from the audience further fuels his passion.
From original and re-imagined versions of his hits (“The Moon,” “Still,” “Dealing,” “Previous Cats,” “Couldn’t Hear Me,” and “Borrow You” to name a few), songs made on the fly with the help of the audience, and ingenious interpretations of songs he admires (like his jazzy take on the Notorious B.I.G.’s “Big Poppa”), Erro and his band will leave you spellbound.
To say that Erro will keep you entertained is an understatement. Erro in concert is a show you don’t want to miss!