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How About More Uke? was recorded over two days: Sunday, August 30, 2015 and Monday, September 20, 2015 at MorningStar Studios 3150 Sunset Ave. East Norriton, PA 19403 by Glenn Barratt owner and engineer, a true magician at the controls. Checkout their facebook page for more info.
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“Just received your newest CD. I have listened to it three times now and, as a result have moved you into that group of excellent uke players I especially admire and know that I can learn a great deal from by listening repeatedly to their stylings (not to mention enjoying their fabulous ukulele music).” - Andy Andrews / founder of Ukulele Club of Santa Cruz & the Puna Ukulele & Kanikapila Association
Eric is a Philadelphia area based musician and composer. He currently performs regularly in numerous jazz, rock, and classical ensembles ... and has released several CDs and DVDs in various styles.
Eric Schreiber is a Philadelphia area based musician and composer. He currently performs regularly in numerous jazz, rock, and classical ensembles ... and has released several CDs and DVDs in various styles. Most notably, Eric is currently a member of ‘The Chuck Anderson Trio'; which has been featured worldwide on numerous jazz radio stations, television, and jazz magazines ... with ‘The Nerve’; which has been featured on 93.7 WSTW and other local programming .. and with ‘Shades of Silver'; a diverse event band performing music from the 40's through today. Eric has also worked as a freelance studio bassist with numerous artists and composers; covering a variety of musical styles and situations (rock, jazz, country, commercial jingles, cable television themes, etc).
Eric has had the privilege to study bass performance and theory with world renowned bassist, John Patitucci (Chick Corea Elektric Band, Wayne Shorter, etc) and local jazz great, guitarist Chuck Anderson. A Classical Double Bass Performance Major at West Chester University from 1987 to 1991, Eric studied under Peter Paulsen while performing with the WCU Orchestra, the WCU Jazz Band, and the WCU Percussion Ensemble. While at WCU, Eric also studied music composition with Dr Larry Nelson and has composed music for a wide variety of instrumentation and styles, from full orchestra to rock band.
Eric is the go to bassist for the Curt Sheller Trio
For over 600 lessons for ukulele, 100 plus songs, links to just about every ukulele builder, luthier and manufacture asw well as a massive amount of resources and information for ukulele visit my www.LearningUkulele.com web site.
Curt Sheller and/or The Curt Sheller Trio is available for concerts, workshops, book signings, festivals, etc... Simply contact Curt directly or Kelly or Bernadette for the quickest response or more information.
For booking a solo or trio concert, workshop or clinic contact:
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My site, in one form or another has been on the web since 1995 and just keeps growing and growing. So there are lot of pages on this site to visit, with a lot of great information.
Curt Sheller and Curt Sheller Publications. A small (me, myself and I) independent, by choice, publishing company catering to the needs of musicians, guitar players and ukulele players worldwide. Offering the resources and information needed to develop as a musician. Curt Sheller Publications, created in 1995, has been on the web for over 15 years. I have over 40 years of playing experience and have been involved in private music education for the past 20 years.
Taking advantage of my jazz guitar skills, I began pursuing the potential of the ukulele. Researching the field, I saw very little material organized for the intermediate and advanced player. I have developed an international reputation as a ukulele expert having written over 30 books for ukulele and over 500 lessons.
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