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Music Bio

I have recently relocated to Asheville, North Caorlina, but originally I headed out of my hometown of Milwaukee to present my musical ideas to audiences around Europe and the US. I was challenged by the music industry to define one category for my blend of rock, folk and funky-blues, but withstood their pressure to follow the trends and concentrated on the lyrical message.

I made friends with others from this school of thought like the Indigo Girls who shared their stages with me. There have been many excellent musicians in the Eric Everett Band over the years and countless adventure tales that were our performances, mainly in the New York City area.

The release of my CD, Dreams To Be, spread EE music across college and internet radio while the songs placed high in national contests. With the release of a CD of Earth-rock-for-kids called Animal Party under the alias of “Triple E”, I rode a wave of recognition from the New York Times and other papers. I continue to pursue making music and videos in that series as well as live, solo-acoustic performances as Triple E and for Eric Everett shows for the “other” music.

Arabian Nights

Arabian Nights set I designed


Although I have been involved in theater productions since I was a little guy, it really soaked into my soul through the program at my high school in Shorewood, WI  – which is still the best theater I’ve ever worked in.  I dived in further in college at the State University of New York at Purchase. While there I explored (or bluffed my way into) classes in all the arts. I wrote and directed four plays and a musical and produced numerous other performances and videos as Director of the Purchase Experimental Theater and Technical Director for the Humanities Theater. I also worked at the Seven Stages theater in Atlanta. Since then I have taught Drama and Theater Design at schools in and around the New York City area. I continue to work as a freelance director and set designer while writing more plays and musicals. The most popular being the environment show for kids called Animal Party that the New York Times called “A musical link to ecology for children”. More shows in that series are next!

Artistic Resume


Animal Party : Writer, Producer, Engineer, Singer, Musician.

Dreams To Be : Writer, Producer, Singer, Musician.

Backstage Scenery and Rough Tracks : Writer, Producer, Sound Engineer, Singer, Musician.

I’ve performed at hundreds of clubs, colleges and festivals since 1985 solo-acoustic guitar and with the Eric Everett Band. My repertoire includes over 180 songs and have written over 125. I play guitar, and some keyboard and percussion.

Other performances have included an Emmy Awards dinner, the National Association of Campus Activities and have been a finalist in song contests from TAXI (A & R service) and the Songwriters Association of Washington DC. I’ve also received airplay and interviews from college & internet radio and TV as well as the New York Times.

Theater Productions

Speaking In Tones : Writer / Composer, Producer, Director / Musical Director, Designer for Sound, Lighting and Set, Actor / Performing Musician, Video Editor

Before The Count : Writer / Composer, Producer, Director / Musical Director, Designer for Set, Sound and Lighting, Choreographer, Cameraman, Video Editor

Notes From The Edge : Writer / Composer, Producer, Musical Director, Designer for Lighting, Set and Sound, Actor / Performing Musician

Designer of Set, Lighting and Sound for over 45 full length plays and musicals, as well as countless music & dance concerts and smaller productions since 1991.

In addition, writer, director, designer, producer of four dramatic plays: Drifting Orbits, The Landing, Hetero Master, Beating Out The Bull and Director of the Purchase Experimental Theater from 1986-89

Last, but not least, I played Tom Thumb in the musical Barnum – a bit OFF Broadway

Video / TV Productions

I’ve produced and edited ( for cable broadcast ) music videos, documentaries and full length productions of many of the above shows, including a TV pilot episode of Animal Party.