Eric Roberson knows how to put on a show. It's a scientific fact that anyone who's seen him perform live can attest to. Whether he's live on concert stages or live on television, Eric Roberson is always the consummate entertainer. So when it came time for Erro to commemorate the first anniversary of his song "Lessons," he decided to mark the occasion with the release of a live performance video for the hit single.
Recorded live in Washington, D.C. during a tour stop at City Winery Washington D.C., director Steven Jon aka Oh Yeah Cool captured Eric in his element. Jon has been behind the camera for the "Lessons," "Lessons (Remix)" and "All I Want" visuals, so he was the natural choice to direct this clip and he came through with crisp footage of the show that he expertly edited.
The video begins with Erro confidently striding from backstage at City Winery to center stage in front of the mic to the sound of raucous applause from the sold-out audience. The applause quiet as he starts to sing his loving lullaby backed by his full band. Roberson fills the room with his soothing vocals and his charismatic personality that leaps from the stage.
This live performance video has us hoping that it's part of something bigger, maybe even a new concert film. It's been 16 years since Eric Roberson released his first and only live project, the CD and DVD Erro Live Vol: DC, so fans are long overdue for another live offering from the artist who's only gotten better since that time.
To see and hear what we mean, watch Eric Roberson perform "Lessons (Live In D.C.)" below. Do yourself a favor and make plans to see Erro live in concert when his tour touches down in a city near you. Visit Eric's website for his current tour dates.