Eric Anthony Singer Guitarist

ABOUT

Eric Anthony is a Professional Singer Guitarist who is originally 

from California, where he began his career as an event musician. Eric boasts over 20 years of event experience, performing from LA to New York. He has performed at hundreds of weddings, corporate events, private parties, resorts, restaurants, casinos and clubs. Eric  relocated to Utah in 1998 to perform in the popular ski town of Park City.

 

Eric has also had the pleasure of working on some amazing projects. He composed and performed on several Disney Wii video games, such as Disney Wii's Cars 2 video game and Disney Wii's Ultimate Band video game, where he was chosen as the lead male vocalist to cover 40 popular songs.

 

In addition, Eric composed and performed the theme song for the movie "Down and Derby", and most recently he composed and performed a song that is being featured on the SCHEELS Sporting Goods television and online ad campaign. You can see samples of these projects on his media page. 

 

Some of Eric's clients include, Porsche, Toyota, Nissan, Fender, American Bar Association, and J.P. Morgan. He's also had the   

opportunity to play many events at the finest hotel and resorts in and near Park City Utah, including Stein Eriksen, Montage Deer Valley, The St. Regis Deer Valley, The Chateau Deer Valley, Waldorf Astoria Hotel & Resort, Hotel Park City, Sundance Mountain Resort, Blue Sky Ranch, Empire Canyon Lodge and Red Pine Lodge.  
 
Eric's musicianship spans a variety of genres and generations, this provides his clients with a long list of songs to his repertoire, including holiday favorites. In the event your special song is not part his repertoire, no need to worry, Eric is more than willing to add your special requests in order to cater to your event. If you would like to see Eric's song list, please click here.  
 
Eric loves his profession and he takes pride in making sure that his clients are satisfied. In Eric's own words, "My goal is to assist in making
your special day an event to remember."