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Eric Bair


Eric has been writing and recording songs for over twenty five years. Originally influenced by guitar heroes like Hendrix, Van Halen, and Led Zeppelin, Eric began playing guitar in cover bands in High School. During the 90's, Eric played in original indie rock bands such as Psycho Suitcase and the punk band Crystal Methodist with Ed Pitman (formerly the front man of Toxic Reasons) in Athens, OH. Eric then became a recording engineer and songwriter in the nineties. After college, Eric worked as a session guitarist during his tenure as a recording engineer and also recorded a gospel album for the Toledo, OH group The Queens of Harmony. Since then he has played in cover bands, and his longest running indie rock / jazz band New Machines. Eric changed careers and became a mental health counselor in 2000. Eric moved to Cincinnati, OH in 2001 and is seeking to play acoustic guitar gigs with covers ranging from classic country and folk, to rock, and his own original songs. Eric's instrumental acoustic guitar piece "Shielded" was recorded for New Machines on their second album '729 Tecumseh' and was used on the PBS TV series 'Roadtrip Nation' in 2009. Eric has recently began recording new acoustic instrumental songs and hopes to release them in the coming year.

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