Corporate clients include - MICROSOFT, AT&T, STARBUCKS, DHL, STARZ, AB&C, MAVERICK PRODUCTIONS, ACHF ... and many more! TALENTED. RELIABLE. PROFESSIONAL. DEPENDABLE. - Everything you want and need for your special event! Eric Berdon is the voice and guitar you've heard on TV shows and commercials, and is here to make your wedding / party / event PERFECT! READ THE REVIEWS from his previous gigmasters bookings ... they say it all.
The original Eric Berdon songs you're listening to on this page have been featured multiple times on various TV shows.
Recent news -
Producer / co-writer / musician on "Burn Me Down" featured on Point Break (2015) soundtrack
Producer / co-writer / musician on "Brave Souls" featured in the movie "Dolphin Tale 2" end credits
Guitar, piano, and voice featured on the Colbie Caillat record "Christmas In The Sand"
Disney show "Kickin' It" featured 2 songs by Eric Berdon, and an on camera appearance as guitar player in the band "Kung Foo Lightening"
"Whitney" on NBC ran a promo with a remake of "Hey Mickey" produced by Berdon
Syfy Channel and Hallmark Channel original movies featured Eric's singing and production
Born and raised in California, Eric Berdon began playing live in front of hundreds of people at the age of 14. He toured the country at 18 playing hundreds of cities, and recorded his first solo album at age 20.
EB performs at private parties and events all over the country. In addition to his award winning originals, Eric's repertoire includes over 150 cover songs from classic artists like the Beatles, Eagels, James Taylor, Tom Petty, and Steve Miller to more contemporary flavors by Train, Gavin DeGraw, Matchbox 20, Keane, John Mayer, and Jack Johnson, just to name a few. Even some blues by Muddy Waters or Stevie Ray Vaughan is within Berdon's scope, or 80's favorites by the Cars, Duran Duran, Peter Gabriel, U2, and even Men at Work.
If you decide to hire Eric Berdon for your function, special song requests will be accommodated whenever possible. Price range depends on travel time, length of engagement, and other factors. In certain cases (like overseas, some out of state locations, and long distance gigs that require a lot of driving time) there will need to be additional provisions for travel expences and lodging.
But again, READ THE REVIEWS!
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Eric Berdon credits -
Writer / producer of songs featured on major motion picture soundtracks - Point Break (2015), Dolphin Tale 2
Colbie Caillat "Christmas In The Sand" 2012 - Musical direction, guitar, piano, background vocals
Wrote / produced 2 songs for the Disney show "Kickin' It", as well as appearing on the show as a guitar player ... now that's type casting!
Produced / arranged / wrote 4 songs for Jersey Shore Shark Attack (Syfy Channel)
Singing voice of "Steve" in the Hallmark Channel original movie "The Music Teacher"
Produced / arranged / wrote songs for A Nanny For Christmas (Lifetime network)
ABC Family, in a promo for The Secret Life Of The American Teenager used a song that Berdon wrote, produced and performed on.
Producer credits for Grammy Award-nominated artists like Tanya Tucker and Ty Herndon, and studio work with numerous rising stars, including Tyrone Wells, Sara Haze, Frentik, Tash Phillips, Emily Jaye, Chelsea Lena, Levi Kreis, Waylon Payne, Jay Silvas, Evanne Riskas, Twitch, and Tonya Watts, among others.
Vocal and guitar work on dozens of songs featured on television shows and advertisements, including MTV's Newlyweds, CBS's The Young and the Restless, The WB's High School Reunion, ABC's One Life to Live, commercials for the NFL, Yamaha 'Star' line of motorcycles, Fox's 30 Seconds of Fame, CBS's Star Search, ABC's All My Children, CBS's Jag, The WB's Charmed, and NBC's Passions ).
EB and Evanne Riskas, performing as '57 Views', won UCLA's Spring Sing Best Overall and Best Duet for the performance of their song 'Someone Has to Be' (other years' winners include Sara Bareilles, Tyrone Wells, and Raining Jane).
Eric has played all over the country with his own band, and opened for such acts as Train, Sara Bareilles, and the B-52s.
Please read the reviews below!