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Sounds Like This

Eric Hutchinson

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Amazing and Upbeat

This album is pure happiness. In a CD. Best tracks are probably Rock & Roll, Back to Where I Was and Food Chain. I challenge you not to smile! It's too hard, this CD is unhateable.

Beautiful!

I stumbled across Eric Hutchinson by accident but I instantly fell in love with his relaxing feel-good music! I love his voice and this album always seems to cheer me up :D A definate must buy, you wont regret it. :)

a must!!!

aw man!! .... you know sometimes when you stumble across something truly fantastic!? ....this is up there with the best .... sounding a bit michael jackson/stevie wonder/james morrison - superb feel good music - love it!!!

Biography

Born: 08 September 1980 in Washington, D.C.

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Few stories underscore the radical changes experienced by the post-millennial music industry than that of Eric Hutchinson. Originally nurtured and then abandoned by an established label started by a pop superstar, Hutchinson then got discovered by a much larger audience while unsigned, thanks to a digital plug by a notorious Hollywood gossip. Born and raised in the Maryland suburbs of Washington, D.C., Hutchinson first began performing in public while attending Emerson College, a performing arts-oriented...
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