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Eric Mercury

October 23, 2020

Born into a musical family, Canadian born Eric performed with groups The Pharoes and The Soul Searchers before relocating to New York and embarking on a solo career that took him to a variety of platforms including Stax, Motown and Columbia.

An all-round performer, Eric trod the boards of Broadway and also appeared on the silver screen in the movies The Fish That Saved Pittsburgh and American Hot Wax

Eric tells us about his latest project, Bright Eyed Woman, a track that precedes an eagerly awaited album.  You can hear all about it and more besides, right here:

 

You can buy Eric’s latest release, Bright Eyed Woman, here 

Why not browse the many other interviews on this site and get to know the back stories to the artists you know and love

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