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Welcome

Suth'n. Sanga. Soulful. A native of Lafayette, LA, Erica’s talents have been showcased on projects such as Master P’s “504 Boys Goodfellas”, Xbox’s Project Gotham Racer, Sony Motion Picture soundtrack “You Got Served”, and Mattel’s Barbie commercials. She was featured in several SyFy films including “House of Bones” and “Quantum Apocalypse”.  As a recording artist, she worked with such acts as Tank, Jesse Powell, Jon B. and Shai to name a few.
 
She was a principal singer and gymnast in the Spiderman Rocks show at Universal Studios in California. On the theatrical stage, Erica appeared in The Buddy Holly Story at The Lawrence Welk Resort and toured along with Motown greats Kim Weston and Pat Hodges in Smokey Robinson and Mickey Stevenson’s hit musical, “Sang Sista Sang.” She excited many at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with Motown’s legendary Funk Brothers.

Born in the heart of Acadiana, the spicy culture and music of her hometown carried her throughout her travels. She is deeply appreciative of her Southern heritage and deep Creole roots. This distinctive Bayou influence is infused in her style and is reminiscent of the Zydeco and blues she grew up listening to. Her music is a celebration of all things Southern and the unique people that make up the place she is so proud to call home.
 

Tunesday Night Takeover on KBON 

Excited to host my first guest songwriter, the mega-talent Lance Dubroc on my Louisiana Music Spotlight radio show, Tunesday Night Takeover! This show has been a labor of love and long time coming! Honored to be a part of the KBON family! Tune in Tuesday’s 6-10pm for artist features!

Cites des Arts Presents: The Great American Songbook  

Over 20 years ago, I had the honor of performing in a small, cafe on Jefferson Street in Lafayette at the age of 14. It was fashioned after an old Parisian cabaret and was always filled with amazing sounds and great coffee!  I got to perform with my local music heroes and was groomed by some incredible people who I looked up to very much.  It was because if this play that basically my journey in theater began. I was introduced to the amazing music 1930s and 40s and fell in love. Well, fast forward to present day, the cafe is now gone replaced by the Wurst Beergarten. The atmosphere of  that very spot on Jefferson Street is still quite festive. Cafe Des Artistes is now Cite des Arts and I'm privileged ONCE AGAIN to perform with my old friends whom I love dearly in this impeccable show, The Great American Songbook. These fantastic individuals have only gotten better and are more poised to "bring the house down". I'm so excited to be reunited with these amazing folks. It is my hope that you can join us in some magic August 9-18th as we reignite a fire started so many years ago and share our hearts and love for great music with YOU!

Cite Des Arts Presents Fats Waller's "Ain't Misbehavin'" The Reunion Review" - Aug. 1-18th 

Hey folks!!! Anybody remember Cafe des Arts in Lafayette, LA? Here's a hint...it's where Wurst Beer Garden is today! (Although the building is now gone, the energy is still in the air.) Some 20 years ago, an incredibly talented band of folks premiered the "Best of Ain't Misbehavin'" there! I am truly honored to reunite in a special reunion performance with these amazing people again. By the way, I was 5 when I first did the show....okay, maybe not but let me tell ya none of these folks have missed a beat! They are still as incredible as ever!!! If you want to see a rip roarin, 1940s inspired show...Come see what all the hoopla is about at Cite des Arts, Downtown Lafayette

Performing at Festival International April 24-28, 2019 

Growing up in Lafayette, one of my favorite memories was attending the incredible annual festival called Festival International de Louisianae highlighting francophone inspired talent from around the world. Seeing our lovely, small town transform into a cultural epi-center every year with music, dance, cultural wares and exotic new foods was an experience like no other. Having only dreamed of maybe one day performing on the same bandstand where some of my favorite musicians from places like Africa, Canada, Haiti, France and even Southwest Louisiana graced the stage. Well, alas fate has been kind and those dreams will be made real this April! I am beyond humbled, and honored to sing at Festival paying homage to another great Louisiana singer, Ms. Carol Fran! Please come out and "pass a good time" at an incredible event filled with talent from around the world....and the best part, it's free!!! Come get some culture in your life and be amazed as I have been so many years. 

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