LA-based, pop alternative artist, Eric Zayne, has been showcasing his energetic tunes and grooves off his new mixtape, AutobiograMe, up and down Sunset Boulevard this past month. We caught him at The House of Blues rockin’ it in the Voodoo Lounge, simply with a beat box, keyboards and a guitar. Along with a sprinkling of special guests, he played a few covers and some original tunes off his newly released album too, to the bar and dinner goers at the iconic Hollywood spot. We had a ton of fun kicking back, and giving him a listen.
Zayne is known for his eclectic sound, dynamic live performances and instrumental versatility. In 2014 alone, he was awarded the John Lennon Songwriting Contest and played NAMM’s GoPro Mainstage, as well as performed at the Sundance Film Festival, SXSW and Hotel Cafe. He’s even been compared to the legendary likes of Lenny Kravitz and FUN. As The Hollywood Progressive puts it, “He is always trailblazing, always out of the box and into your pleasure centers.” His new project, AutobiograMe, features artists Matisyahu, Amber Riley from Glee and King Blaise and blends “old-school soul and R&B with modern pop-rock music.”
Catch Zayne for one more show at the Viper Room next Sunday, October 26th at 12AM and take a listen to his AutobiograMe. You might just want to get down and groove with him too.
WHAT: Eric Zayne
WHERE: Viper Room on Sunset Boulevard
WHEN: Sunday, October 26th 12AM, Doors open at 7:30
TICKETS: Viper Room $12