Eric Dash began singing, songwriting, and playing piano at the age of 8 after his parents took him to his first concert – No Doubt. However, it wasn’t until he was 13 that he picked up the guitar and started performing live.

At first, Eric wrote and sang for himself, but then he used his songs for a bunch of South Jersey pop-rock scene bands. They played all over Philadelphia and New Jersey. At 16, Eric decided that a solo career is what he wanted to pursue.

From that point, he released several EPs with different producers trying to find his sound. He went to the University of Maryland and would travel most weekends to New York City to play shows, record, and write.

It wasn’t until he was 22, living in New York City and working the circuit, when he started to speak to Jack Joseph Puig (John Mayer/Black Crows).

Jack and Eric began to work together in Los Angeles and soon after released Eric’s first Top 40 song and YouTube viral video, “One More Love Song”, which reached over 600k views.

Eric was then picked up for tours with Heffron Drive and The Janoskians – both tours in the U.S. and Canada.

After touring, Eric went back to the studio. He started to fall in love with the process of producing so he began producing his own music, finding new collaborators, and producing for other artists.

In September 2017, Eric released “Freedom” and found YouTube success again (with collectively over a million views). Since then he has been featured on Spotify playlists and performed all over Los Angeles – including for the United Nations’ “Girl Up” Campaign and the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society’s Sofitel Fundraiser.

Presently, Eric is working finishing his upcoming album as well as writing and producing for emerging artist and some of the biggest names in music.


OCT 27

LOS ANGELES, CA / The Hotel Cafe (Opening for Howie Day) 




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