ERIC JERARDI'S TELEVISION WORLD PREMIERE

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Eric Jerardi’s “Do Right By Him” will be included the “Featured Video” video which will air on the DittyTV network and will also be posted across of their Social Media platforms.

WHO: Eric Jerardi

WHAT: DittyTV Debut of “Do Right By Him”

WHEN: 10PM/CDT on Wednesday, March 27th, 2019---Rebroadcast 10AM/CDT on Thursday, March 28th

WHERE: The Curve

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THE REVIEWS ARE STACKING UP FOR JERARDI'S "OCCUPIED" ALBUM

ALBUM QUOTES

Jerardi has mastered the blues with his new album Occupied, combining blues with Muscle Shoals Soul! It’s just that good! 

Tony Peters, Icon Fetch

Eric Jerardi’s CD fantastic!  - DJ Ben Vee in CT, BluesMusicFan.com

“My longtime friend who has really progressed into his most mature sounding form yet. Onward and upward!” 

- John “The B-Man” Beaulieu, Hall of Fame DJ on WTUE

Jerardi has spent the better part of the last five years honing his skills as a soul blues singer songwriter. These are excellent songs especially the title track.  

Jerardi is an emotive singer inspired by this outstanding band.“Do Right By Him” is another great song. This is a wonderful entry for the soul blues genre.

- Richard Ludmerer, Making A Scene

From the opening horn riff, Jerardi blows the roof off the sucker with the help of the classic Swampers… Killer stuff throughout. 

– Chris Spector Midwest Record Entertainment

Jerardi’s new R&B-infused album, “Occupied” is simply stunning! 

Don Thrasher, Dayton Daily News

Eric was encouraged to stretch out not only through his gifted writing abilities, but also in the lead vocal role, and the results are astonishing, indeed.  The songs deal predominantly with love, loss, and hopeful redemption, and the set begins with the question, “When will it stop?,” as our hero reaches the literal end of his emotional rope in “Do Right By Him.” 

- Sheryl and Don Crow, The Nashville Blues And Roots Alliance

5 * STAR REVIEW OUT OF NASHVILLE

Rave review out of the Nashville Blues and Roots Alliance.  Review here: https://donandsherylsbluesblog.wordpress.com/

Eric was encouraged to stretch out not only through his gifted writing abilities, but also in the lead vocal role, and the results are astonishing, indeed.  The songs deal predominantly with love, loss, and hopeful redemption, and the set begins with the question, “When will it stop?,” as our hero reaches the literal end of his emotional rope in “Do Right By Him.” - Sheryl and Don Crow, The Nashville Blues And Roots Alliance



Eric Jerardi's NEW ALBUM "OCCUPIED" REVIEWED

Well, we are in the first stage of a long record promotion.  Getting our first reactions back.  Here is the first official review on the album:

Midwest Record Entertainment

Chicago, Illinois - 02/16/19 

ERIC JERARDI/Occupied: Just because it was Holy Modal Rounders who said good taste is timeless doesn't mean it's not so. Don't you just hate the haters that proclaim something out of date? From the opening horn riff, this set is unmistakably Muscle Shoals and how can that ever be out of date? Taking blue eyed soul to the max, Jerardi blows the roof off the sucker with the help of the classic Swampers that are still up for it and those who have drunk the local waters and became imbued with the natch. If someone could slip a copy of this to Van Morrison, Caledonia soul would be back on top of his menu. Killer stuff throughout. – Chris Spector
(Niche) 

http://midwestrecord.com/MWR1485.html


Eric Jerardi featured on Blues Magazine Radio Show

Blues Magazine has become a leading online magazine with thousands of visitors from the Netherlands and Belgium daily, but also many enthusiasts from countries such as Germany, England, France and America have found their way to Blues Magazine. Besides the internet site, Blues Magazine is also active on social media, especially Facebook and Twitter.

Every week you hear a rich offer of the most beautiful blues and the coolest blues rock, with many brand new releases as you are used to every week from Blues Magazine Radio and Blues Magazine Radio Weekend Blues.

THIS WEEKS PLAYLIST | BLUES MAGAZINE RADIO # 41 - 05 February 2019

01 – Bjørn Berge – Lost Pearl
02 – Eric Gales – With A Little Help From My Friend (feat. Beth Hart)
03 – Barrelhouse – Hard Time Killing Floor
04 – Blues Company – Ain’t Givin’ Up
05 – Bad Temper Joe – Bury Me Anyplace But Mississippi
06 – The Good, The Bad And The Blues – It’s Raining
07 – Brother Snakeoil And The Medicine Men – Jack Of All Trades
08 – Eric Jerardi – Don’t Take It Personally
09 – Rival Sons – Feral Roots
10 – Kerri Powers – Bicycle Man
11 – Mercy John – Come Over Tonight

https://www.bluesmagazine.nl/pinguin-blues-magazine-radio-41-05-februari-2019/