Eric Culberson

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Eric Culberson is an American blues guitarist and singer/songwriter from Savannah, Georgia.[1] His music has been reviewed by Living Blues, Real Blues Magazine, and Blues Revue[2] magazines. His first album, Blues is my Religion, (Kingsnake Records, 1995) reached No. 24 on the American national blues chart.[3] Other albums include No Rules to the Game (Kingsnake Records, 1998), Live at the Bamboo Room (Independent Release, 2005),[4] and In The Outside, (Independent Release, 2011) which was engineered by Kevin Rose of Elevated Basement Studios and mastered by Terry Manning.[5]


  1. ^ Russell, Shawndra (2011-06-23). "Music Matters: Eric Culberson lives for jam night". Retrieved 2014-07-11. 
  2. ^ Blues Revue - October, 1999
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  4. ^ "home.jpg". Retrieved 2014-07-11. 
  5. ^ Baran, Amanda (2011-02-17). "Local Music Now: The Eric Culberson Band releases new album, "In The Outside"". Retrieved 2014-07-11. 

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