Eric Roberson, is no stranger to live freestyle performances, so he recently accepted the invitation to perform at The Front Porch Live Sessions. He graced the porch and performed a few fan favorites songs for the audience. Songs included the throwback, “Picture Perfect“, followed by “Start All Over Again,” lifted from his recently released critically-acclaimed 17th studio album, “Lessons” and closed the performance with the title track and Billboard chart-topping single, “Lessons.”inger-Songwriter-Producer and Co-Captain of the Neo-Soul movement,
“The Front Porch is made for great music and Eric is somebody who embodies what today’s R&B is missing and I just really wanted him to help showcase what the world needs today; real good music from the soul,” mentions Director and Producer, Noochie Music (@noochiemusic).
On February 14th, Eric Roberson will kick-off his 30th Anniversary Tour at The Kennedy Center with an Evening Of Love. Tickets can be purchased HERE.
Whether over the course of his seventeen beloved LPs (2001’s The Esoteric Movement to 2022’s Lessons) or through songwriting/production/vocal collaborations with the likes of Jill Scott, Dwele, Musiq Soulchild, Vivian Green, DJ Jazzy Jeff, DJ Spinna and others, fine-tuned R&B music ears have come to recognize and make a somewhat spiritual connection with his everyday relatable, multi-influenced vibe which mirrors their own lives and experiences. “It’s R&B and soul music, but I’m a hip-hop dude,” Eric replies, of his influences as it relates to his music’s appeal.
Indeed, nothing less than heartfelt gratitude for the blessing of being able to continue releasing music through his very own Blue Erro Soul Entertainment, as well as accolades which have included two successive Grammy nominations for “Best Urban/Alternative Performance” (for “A Tale of two” in 2010; “Still” in 2011), a BET J Virtual Award for “Underground Artist of the Year” (2008), being distinguished as the first independent artist to be nominated for a BET Award in 2007 and sold-out tours throughout the world is what makes Eric Roberson, “The Soul Man himself”.
Watch Roberson’s Live Session below:
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