Eric Redd (US)
His infectious Rhythms and Catchy choruses have people from New York City to Ibiza running to shake their groove thang. This Singer, Dancer, Billboard Chart Topper is an All around Entertainment Powerhouse.
Eric began his Childhood career on Television’s well-known dance show, “Soul Train”
He has parlayed his initial success as a teen-age regular on the show into a Illustrious career that includes the Billboard chart club hits, “Push” (2019)“Right Time”(2017) and “Breathe" (2010)
With the help of TV host, Don Cornelius, Eric was one of the first Black Ballet dancers to grace European stages. From there he arrived on London’s Famed West End, to successfully tackle a string of Andrew Lloyd Webber hit shows.
Jive Records UK took notice, and his recording artist career began. Never losing his love of stage he returned to America and became an opening act for artists as diverse as KD Lang, Coolio, Ani Difranco and Stevie Wonder.
He was then asked by legendary drummer, Danny Seraphine of the famed rock group “Chicago” to join California Transit Authority with some of the legendary band. They knew he had the pipes to deliver the rock classic, “25-6 to 4”
Within the next few years, Eric traveled the world guesting with all star acts, writing for feature films and television, all while continuing to create a dance music catalog for himself on Carrillo Music.
Finally after traveling the world, he found his own sound….
Electronic soulful house.
Last year, his Grammy short-listed “Tears Don’t Cry” proved he found the formula that keeps people on the dance floor and screaming for more.
2019 & 2017