Eric Roberson, affectionately referred to by fans as Erro, lets his authentic, heartfelt songs speak for themselves at his intimate live concerts. A gifted singer, Roberson doesn't rely on theatrics or spectacle to move audiences — instead, he approaches emotionally powerful songs like "Still" and "A Tale of Two" with a restraint and clarity that lets his vocals shine and his uplifting lyrics take center stage. A two-time Grammy nominee for his pitch-perfect R&B recordings, Roberson will treat fans to solo classics alongside hits he's penned for artists like Jill Scott and Musiq Soulchild on a string of upcoming tour dates.
Born in New Jersey, Roberson studied musical theater at Washington, D.C.'s Howard University, performing in various productions before landing a songwriting deal with EMI. After collaborating with notable artists like Jill Scott and DJ Jazzy Jeff, he hit his solo stride in the '00s with a string of finely crafted albums that included The Appetizer (2005) and Music Fan First (2009). In 2011, he cracked the Billboard 200 for the first time with Mr. Nice Guy, which also peaked at No. 14 on the R&B Albums chart. 2013's United Tenors was an even bigger success, featuring collaborations with a variety of artists including Blackstreet's Dave Hollister and landing in the Top 40 of the Billboard 200. Back on the road following the 2014 release of a B-sides album, Roberson will treat fans to another round of unadorned shows that beautifully showcase his prodigious vocal talents.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"I've seen Erro several times before, and he gets better and better; each show is a different experience. Real music, real singing, real talent!"
"Eric Roberson and his crew of musicians presented an awesome performance! It was engaging and I would recommend that anyone who enjoys good, clean, soulful, real music go see them..."
"Eric is a true performer. His voice is so strong and passionate. I felt every word he sung. He is always very funny! This made the show even more phenomenal "