5 things you did not know about Eric Roberson

By: Dec 21, 2014
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He's cool, he's stylish, and his voice is unmistakable. Eric Roberson has forged a long lasting career as an independent artist, releasing his tenth album, The Box, in August of 2014. Fans in New York get to experience Roberson every month at S.O.B.'s Sol Village, and fans down south in Charlotte, North Carolina can catch him quite frequently at Amos' Southend.

"Erro," as Roberson is affectionately called, has found a way to connect with his fans in a way many artists only wish they could. Fans show up and show out at all of his shows, but there are some things about Erro that not even his biggest fans know. Do you know who gave Erro his fashion sense? Have you heard about his latest homage to his wife, Shawna? Keep reading for 5 things you did not know about Eric Roberson.

  • Clearly the man is talented, but his list of music credits go much further than crooning his own tunes. Roberson, has a degree in Musical Theater, and has worked with a long list of artists including Algebra Blessett, DJ Jazzy Jeff, 112, Cam'ron, Carl Thomas, Jill Scott, Musiq Soulchild, Dwele, Tye Tribbett & G.A. and Vivian Green.

    The list goes on and on. Roberson was even part of a gospel group with Fred Hammond called The Three Tenors. Clearly there is a lot more to Roberson than stage presence, beautiful lyrics, and a savvy sense of fashion.

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