Episode 118 Interview with Eric Himan

Listen to this amazing interview with musician Eric Himan as he talks about his life growing up, his coming out, his music and his future goals and so much more!

Episode 118 <—click here to listen

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5 Responses to “Episode 118 Interview with Eric Himan”

  1. john q. public Says:

    Hey, Ramble. Thanks for bringing my attention to another musician with whom I was unfamiliar. I LOVE the tats on the arms – looks like a bad boy but his interview makes him sound like a great guy.

    Was most interested in the articles he wrote – particularly “One Night Stands” and “My Boyfriend’s Back” that are linked on his Web site.

  2. ian M Says:

    Again another excellent chat. Will take a look at his web site. He was so relaxed and interesting. Good luck Eric with ur tour.

  3. John Says:

    Thanks for interviewing Eric Himan, Tom. I was very glad to discover his music, and that of Andy Moore, a couple of months ago thanks to a mention on another blog and iTunes. It was good to hear his story and I do hope I can break free from work enough this week to see his concert in Richmond!! Handsome and talented!

    Btw, how about Andy Moore? I’d love to hear her story as well. Her song “After You” is one of my current favorites.

  4. poetographer Says:

    I’d heard about Eric on other podcast that played his music, but didn’t know anything else about him. After your interview, I’m much more interested in his music and in him as an artist. Glad to see a Pittsburgh boy doing so well!

  5. (F)reddy Says:

    I don’t have to tell you here what a huge EH fan I was before this interview. He’s been to Austin a few times over the past couple few years. Unfortunately, each time he’s been here I’ve either been out of town, or some family crisis has come up that we haven’t been able to get out to see him. I’ve read several interviews with Eric since getting turned on to him, and I wanted to let you know that with each interview, including this one, I find out more and more about him and become even more (if that’s possible!) intrigued. Like, for example, “The giving tree” is one of my favorite stories too. I gave it to my folks one year for their 40th anniversary, and it’s one of the ones I read frequently to my own kids.

    Great job, both y’all.

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