It's Not Like You Don't Know Me

Eric Erdman

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It's Not Like You Don't Know Me

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"It's Not Like You Don't Know Me" produced by Rick Hirsch and Eric Erdman

on Baldwin County Public Records

Expected release: March 15, 2018

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  1. 1 The Pond 05:07 Lyrics
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  2. 2 That's What Love Does 05:04 Lyrics
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  3. 3 It's Not Like You Don't Know Me 03:30 Lyrics
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  4. 4 The Well 04:41 Lyrics
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  5. 5 You're Still Dangerous 05:44 Lyrics
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  6. 6 What Karma Wouldn't Do 05:23 Lyrics
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  7. 7 The Leader of the Exodus 03:57 Lyrics
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  8. 8 What's Left Of What Used To Be 04:45 Lyrics
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  9. 9 The Drought Is Over 03:37 Lyrics
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  10. 10 I Get Carried Away 03:44 Lyrics
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  11. 11 Bird On A Powerline 02:47 Lyrics
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Thank You Mobile For making the release shows at both the Listening Room and Cedar Street Social Club resounding successes.  This week will be one I remember forever.

"It's Not Like You Don't Know Me" is now in the world. If ya feel so inclined , please help spread the word. Share Share Share. 

 

Previous events

Sold Out VIP!!!!! Private ALBUM RELEASE SHOW & MORE

Listening Room, 78 St Francis St, Mobile, AL

The purchase of tickets to this VIP event includes an intimate performance at The Listening Room of Mobile, where Eric will perform a set of songs from his other albums as well as new songs that are unreleased.

THEN He will perform the new album (It's Not Like You Don't Know Me) in its entirety as well as tell the stories behind the songs. Eric will be joined at this event by John Milham on drums and Chris Severin on upright bass.

Also included with the purchase of these tickets : a ticket to the public release show at Cedar Street Social Club (Jan 19th), and a signed copy of the new CD, and other merchandise.

If it’s true that an artist’s job is to captivate us for however long they have asked for our attention 
no one has looked away from Eric Erdman since he first took the stage to front a band. Maybe 
that is because there is nothing between Eric and his audience, between Eric and the world. He 
lets it all in and what comes back is a poet’s soul in a troubadour’s voice.
Face to face with the crowds, singing of the challenges facing the youth, the country, and the 
heartbroken have fueled four albums, constant touring that included three international USO 
shows, and only seared in Eric’s need to write about what he sees, what he feels. He’s penned a 
theme song for a nationally televised show, produced every genre from big band to country 
because you can’t pigeonhole a true artist. You can’t slow them down. He hears what a song 
should sound like before it’s really a song. Actor Bruce Greenwood speaks of Eric’s inspiration 
that makes the musicians on his projects “as emotionally involved” as he is, his guitar work, 
“stunning and specific” pulling the listener “inside the song”.
His new record gives us something to think about and something to feel. While that’s not 
unusual from an Eric Erdman project it does seem to have brought together everything he does 
and knows well, offering us even deeper insight into ourselves and others and Eric.


It’s not like we don’t know him.

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