Eric Herman & The Invisible Band
May 9-10 at area schools
From Eric Herman's website - http://www.erichermanmusic.com/band.html
Eric Herman's "cool tunes for kids" are at once ingeniously witty, indelibly memorable and incredibly fun, and his videos, led by the viral hit, "The Elephant Song," have become hugely popular online, with over 30 million views on YouTube. Eric's songs and videos have been heard and seen nationally on PBS Kids, XM Radio, Fox & Friends, The Today Show, and in the Warner Bros. film, Life as We Know It.
Eric lives in the Pacific Northwest and travels around the USA performing concerts and elementary school assembly programs for kids and families. Bursting with comedy, creativity and outrageous kid-friendly fun, and with almost nonstop audience participation, his shows have received rave responses from kids, parents, teachers and event coordinators wherever he performs.
Eric is available for larger-scale events and venues with his great live band, the Thunder Puppies, which includes several top-notch musicians from Eastern Washington. He is also available for a wide variety of events and venues as a solo performer or with his long-time backup group, the Invisible Band, which is comprised of some of the finest invisible musicians in the world. Invisible Dave was the touring bass player for Milli Vanilli and the studio bassist for The Doors; Invisible Jill has performed in many films where player pianos could not be obtained; Invisible Keith's drumming can be heard on numerous rap, hip-hop and techno recordings; Invisible Pete plays the tuba and was a stunt double for Chevy Chase in Memoirs of an Invisible Man and Kevin Bacon in Hollow Man.
Special events made possible and supported by a grant from the Louisiana Division of the Arts, Office of Cultural Development, Department of Culture, Recreation and Tourism in cooperation with the Louisiana State Arts Council and administered by the Shreveport Regional Arts Council. The grant was written by Ms. Sarah Abraham-Crump, Pelican Branch Library Manager.