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About this Artist
Eric Johnson’s stature as one of the premier guitar players in contemporary music is his artistic trump card, backed by a Grammy Award and five nominations, platinum album, Top 10 hits like Cliffs of Dover, praise from critics and the esteem of his peers. The full range of his talents marks him as a gifted songwriter, dynamic live performer, singer...
Eric Johnsonstars, from 6 Fan reports
Salisbury - Salisbury City Hall
Like the curates egg from Pat B, 15/04/13Sound balance was dreadful. There is no denying the guy can play like a virtuoso but the balance was wrong. The bass player was good but tried to hog the limelight too much and you couldnt really hear the drums that well. The quieter and acoustic numbers were good . the rockier numbers sounded fuzzy and confused. Im glad I went but came away a little disapointed
Edinburgh - Edinburgh Queens Hall
One Of The Greatest from Matt Gilchrist, 09/04/13Eric Johnson is easily one of the greatest guitar players alive. His fingers danced along the fret board with skill and precision that very few people possess. His rhythm section were also brilliant and they managed to keep up with Eric for the whole performance. They played tracks ranging from Seven Worlds to the most recent album Up Close. And of course played some classics from Ah Via Musicom including my personal favourites Desert Rose and Cliffs Of Dover. Overall a must see
Edinburgh - Edinburgh Queens Hall
Slightly Disappointing... from penmanr, 08/04/13Eric Johnson is without doubt a very accomplished guitarist and having heard a number of studio performances and seen video of his live performances with G3 some years ago - I was very much looking forward to this concert - since EJ tours of the UK are few and far between and particularly as we had bagged decent seats for this date. The concert was unfortunately marred by very poor sound quality - the guitar sound (lets face it - the primary reason to see the guy) was often lost in the mix and was plagued by a constant hum during quieter interludes - which Eric, himself made reference to during the show. Whether it was as a result of this that the bands performance was affected, I dont know, but I felt that the band lacked stage presence and enthusiasm for much of the show and it seemed that for the most part Eric was just going through the motions - with little emotion - and very little interaction with the audience. The high point of the evening was the acoustic set which did not seem to be plagued by the same sound problems and was a much more enjoyable showcase of his and his bands undoubted talents. Im not sure if the sound was down to the venue - this is my first gig at this venue. Overall impression - slightly disappointing...