Here are some pics I took, we could only shoot during the first 3 songs, so no pics of him on the guitar.
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Posted by hutchead on January 26, 2009
Sometime Monday hutchead.com hit 50,000 page views. Thanks everybody! We have a new masthead to celebrate.
Hutchead Jason took some great shots at a recent show. Here are a few and you can see more of them at his flickr post.
Posted by hutchead on June 17, 2008
3 days, 3 shows, 800 miles, and one great roadtrip. First was Dallas, where we saw Eric at the Palladium (in the same building as Gilleys). This was the most mellow show. We heard a new song called Revolving Door that was about Eric’s big family and everything that comes along with that. It was a more serious song and fit well with the crowd.
The second show was in Houston at the Meridian. Hutchead Danielle saved us seats and had a good time. The show was a little more lively and Eric pretty much sticked to his established songs. He played Sad Songs but not many people recognized it.
The third day got started with an on camera interview with Eric, more on that as I get it edited, but it went well. The show was at the Parish Room right in the heart of 6th street. Great sound, a great staff and a perfect venue. The crowd was a lot bigger and it made for the best show of the weekend. Eric, Tom, and Jimmy seemed like they had a good time as well. Eric even brought back Freak Control to keep the crowd dancing.
Justin Nozuka opened every show, and played 5 or 6 soulful songs. Eric and Marié Digby switch off, every other night one plays last. Marié sounds a lot like her LP, but with stories in between songs. She even sang backup for Justin on a song. Jimmy Coleman, Eric’s drummer, played on a song with Justin as well.
Overall the shows were solid Eric. He played at least 8 of the 10 songs on Sounds Like This each night, with My Girl/Ignition Remix as well. He did a Cher version of It Hasn’t Been Long Enough a few times. Justin Nozuka’s guitarist Mark Pellizzer played electric guitar on Outside Villanova, and Food Chain, bringing Eric’s band to a full quartet. Food Chain sounded especially good with the addition of an electric guitar. Check out the video of the day for how it sounds. Eric said he would love to have a quartet eventually. Tom Craskey slid from bass to keyboard a few times.
We met some cool people, and the shows had a better feel to them compared to when Eric was opening for One Republic and Blind Melon. The crowds where smaller, but more of them were hutcheads wanting to see Eric.
Posted by hutchead on May 26, 2008
Fellow hutcheads Jade and ViennaKISS were at the show at The Recher Theater in Towson MD on 05/25/08. Jade wrote the review and ViennaKISS got some great pics. You can see more of the pics on Flickr. Thanks you two!
May 25, 2008 at 11:00 pm e
I went to the concert at Towson today. Justin Nozuka was pretty good, he opened the show around 7:30. Marie was next (most of her songs are about some type of love), then Eric started playing around 9:30. If I remember correctly, he played all the songs off Sounds Like This, he played Sad Songs, and he did the My Girl/Ignition Remix. Both Marie and Eric played one new song but I’m not sure about Justin. Eric’s set was almost an hour long. I don’t remember the order, but I’m pretty sure “You’ve Got You” was first and “Ok, It’s Alright With Me” was last. As always he hung out in the back after the show. My friend and I got to take a picture with him. We didn’t get to talk to him much, except tell him that we saw him last month and give him some posters my friend made for him.
He wore an outfit similar to the one in the video, and his electric guitar is pink! pretty awesome. And Marie said that they all ride in the same tour bus which is pretty sick! (good “sick”, not bad “sick” )
Posted by hutchead on March 17, 2008
Posted by hutchead on March 4, 2008
If anyone has any pictures and you want them posted on hutchead.com, contact me.
Jennie, you want pics, hutchead.com will deliver pics. I don’t want to post other people’s pictures without permission, so a few links will have to do for now.
Some great pics of Eric from the pros at honeysucklephotography.
A lot of good photos at this Flickr site .
WERS photos taken during interview/set. Nice stuff.
And another set from WERS.