Episode 214 Eric Himan and Freddy

I have had the pleasure of having Eric Himan a very talented artist on my show over a year ago and so it was even better have him back on the show today. He is here to talk about his latest cd called Resonate that you can find in all of the music stores and online. We talk about how things have been going on with him, he tells more about how the songs were created and how he has grown so much as an artist. We talk about his touring all over the country and how some of the venues were not so great but the fact he is able to get his music out there and how wonderful people have responded to his music.

We talk about how as creative people that you have to learn to accept not only the praise you get but also the not so pleasant as well. He has made some big changes to his website and now has videos on that you can watch and see what is going with Eric as he travels the country. You can check out his site by clicking here! Many of them are very funny and will be a great part of his history as he looks back at this time.

In addition to Eric being on the show – I have a new listener Freddy from Austin, Texas and he (like myself) is a huge Eric Himan fan and so I thought it would be great to have him on the show with Eric and hear the show first hand and ask any questions he would like. Freddy has a blog on his MySpace page and you can click here to check it out.

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4 Responses to “Episode 214 Eric Himan and Freddy”

  1. (F)reddy Says:

    Ahhhhm, Eric is just as charming and personable recorded as he was in person. I’m afraid I owe you both an apology for the very obvious heavy breathing…clearly on my part. It took me days to recover from my hyperventilation after you asked me to be on! Thank you both, again, so much.

  2. Candy Says:

    Hey Tom!! Another great show. And Freddy was a natural. (wink) Keep up the fun shows.

  3. john q. public Says:

    Lovethe song – but like the message even more. We can never tell the ones we love that we love them too much.

    Sounds like Eric’s musical life is a lot of work, but I assume that he loves it in order to keep on keeping on. Best wishes to him.

  4. JimK Says:

    I had the opportunity to meet Eric at Motor City Pride in Ferndale, MI. What an awesome guy, both on and off the stage! He’s a wonderful performer and SO charming 🙂

    Thanks Tom, for bringing Eric to us!

    JimK in Michigan

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