Wednesday, August 27, 2014


Watch “The Lost Tribe” music video and comment with a review for a chance to win my new CD Serenades:

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Follow your star

Dear Friends and Fans (especially the young ones),

In the USA, at least, it has become a cliché for several decades that one should 'follow one's star' and do what one loves in life - not what one's parents, peers or society expect of you. It is a lot easier said than done! ... and very few people actually do it. The courage required to be oneself and follow one's star is enormous - more than most people have - including me!

I am now a grandfather with 5 children plus grand-children! When I was much younger, my full time career was as a rock player in a band. It was a tough life and eventually I migrated towards software development. I spent 40 years working in IT for large international corporations ... and then I finally got the courage to 'be myself' LOL.

My years in corporate America were certainly not wasted. I had a lot of fun, I had plenty of opportunity to be creative in technology and, of course, I made good money.

But, if I had it all to do again, I would have 'followed my star' as a young man and been a musician from the start. That was clearly my destiny ... but I didn't see it clearly at the time. One of my teenage friends, Paul from KISS, did follow his star . and the rest is history.

If your passion is selling socks or stocks or finding a cure for Ebola - go for it! Don't think a lot about it! Just do it! The Universe will reward you ... although it may be hard to see how in the moment.

Paz y Amor, Love and Peace, Eric

Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Friday, August 1, 2014

The Lost Tribe Music Video

"The Lost Tribe" music video, produced and directed by Pola Rapaport and shot by DP Wolfgang Held, is a fresh take and spin on Spanish flamenco music. Shot in a dance studio, four young women take to the rehearsal space auditioning and interpret “The Lost Tribe” with a variety of contemporary hip-hop, urban, and pop dance passages which gracefully mirror Kamen’s precise guitar playing. Original improvisations are by dancers Holly Googe, Pearrie Hammie, Shakiver Gordon and Cecile Klaus.