the Stan Erhart Band
Roots Rockin' Good Time Music ...
Welcome to Stan Erhart's official music website. This is where you'll find Stan's Bio, Shows, Electronic Press Kit (EPK), Videos, and practically anything else you'd like to know about the band. Basic info is on this home page, but check out the links above to get more detail, or hover over the icons at top right to see what else you can do (hint: use the blue '@' icon to book the band or get on the email list).
The Stan Erhart Band also has a presence on Facebook, ReverbNation, and Twitter, but this site (erhart.net) is home base and will always have the most up to date information. The color photo of Stan in a suit (top left) and the website's 'header' photo (top center; now a deep red) were both taken by Susan Munroe, a highly recommended photographer. Thanks, see you at a show!
the Stan Erhart Band ...
A fun & funky mix of some of the finest musicians in the San Francisco Bay Area. This group throws down the jams, covering R&B, Rock, Blues, & Soul-Jazz classics, plus their own well crafted Originals. Tunes & genres are mixed & stirred to create the band's signature danceable 'stew'. Delivering tight energetic arrangements with great vocals is what they do best.
"Stan Erhart has a great voice, and really knows how to use tone and voicing on guitar."
John Orr, Daily News Arts and Entertainment Editor, San Jose Mercury News
"Stan has one of the finest voices in blues. And is very skilled with the guitar."
James Fox, Radio Host, Love Is The Song We Sing
Stan Erhart, Michael Warren, Jules Broussard, Nancy Wright, Wendy DeWitt, Chris Amberger, JC Smith, Alvon Johnson, Carl Green, Bobby Webb, and many other Bay Area musicians are in this cool book by photographer Jessica Levant. 117 artist photos & bios in all, and you're sure to recognize a few of your favorites. The book is available online at http://bayareajazzandbluesicians.com/
and at Bird & Beckett Books & Records, 653 Chenery Street, San Francisco. The San Francisco Examiner's book review, by Arthur Comings
, can be found at http://www.examiner.com/review/almost-as-good-as-being-there
. Jessica's excellent photo of Michael Warren, from one of our events at the Great American Music Hall
in San Francisco, is used for the article.
'Missing You' CD ...
To buy the 'Missing You' CD, please visit the Store Page
on this website. It is also available at iTunes
, CD Baby
, & other fine retailers. Seven radio friendly originals and six Roots Rock classics. Stan Erhart on vocals & guitar, Michael Warren on bass (Merl Saunders, Leo Nocentelli), Randy Hayes on drums & harmonies (Coco Montoya, John Wedemeyer), Nancy Wright on tenor sax (B.B. King, John Lee Hooker), Mike Emerson on keys (Elvin Bishop, Percy Sledge), plus Garth Webber on guitar [tracks 10 & 12] (Miles Davis, Ford Brothers Blues Band). Great feel and tight arrangements performed by a world class band that's not afraid to take chances. Recorded & mixed at Garth Webber's Red Rooster Studio
, Berkeley, CA.
'Keeping The Blues Alive' CD Volume Two ...
We're glad to be part of this great compilation CD produced for airplay by Mary4Music.com
(recipient of a Blues Foundation
's 2011 "Keeping The Blues Alive" Award). The CD was released in December, 2012, and sent out to radio stations around the world. You can check out the tracks at Mary4Music.com/Compilation2.html
'Bad Flop Texas Hold'em Blues' Video ...
Check out the video for 'Bad Flop Texas Hold'em Blues'
, a story tellin' tune for poker enthusiasts. The scenes in the video follow the lyrics all the way through. Stan Erhart on vocals & guitar, Michael Warren on bass, Larry Vann on drums. Music, lyrics, & video by 'Bad Flop' Bob & 'Smooth Call' Suze. Recorded & mixed at Garth Webber's Red Rooster Studio
. 15K YouTube views and counting.
The Golden Gate Blues Society ...
Stan is a proud member of The Golden Gate Blues Society -- a 501(c)(3) nonprofit affiliate of The Blues Foundation, based in Memphis, Tennessee. The purpose of The Golden Gate Blues Society is to enhance the appreciation and understanding of the Blues, especially in the Greater San Francisco Bay Area. To learn more, please visit http://tggbs.org