Eric Steckel

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Eric Steckel
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Eric Steckel performing at the Pistoia, Italy Blues Festival 2007
Background information
Born 1990 (age 26–27)
Genres Blues, rock
Occupation(s) Musician, songwriter
Instruments Vocalist, guitar, piano, Hammond B3
Associated acts Eric Steckel & CTB, 'Eric Steckel Band'

Eric Steckel (born 1990) is an American blues guitarist and singer.[1]


Blues guitarist Eric Steckel hails from the Lehigh,[2] Pennsylvania area, and began sitting in with local blues acts before he was 10. His first album A Few Degrees Warmer was recorded live in 2002 when he was just 11 years old. He has released six albums.


  • A Few Degrees Warmer (live 2002)
  • Double or Nothing EP (2003)
  • High Action (2004)
  • Havana (2006)
  • Feels Like Home (2008)
  • The Soundmine Sessions EP (2009) - Digital Only EP
  • Milestone (2010)
  • Dismantle The Sun (2012)
  • The California Sessions (2014) - Digital Only EP
  • Black Gold (2015)

As a guest artist, Steckel appeared on John Mayall's album, Road Dogs


  1. ^ Harmsen, Gerrit (17 May 2010). "Concert Verslag Eric Steckel en Bas Paardekooper" (in Dutch). Retrieved 26 November 2010. 
  2. ^ "From blues kid to bluesman – Eric Steckel all grown up". Montgomery News. Retrieved 2015-11-03. 

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