Out the southwest corner of the Logan County
Fairgrounds, away from the hubbub and crowds, Burgett's playing took
on the ambiance of a private lawn party.
The setting was so casual and relaxing that some of the audience
took to dancing.
A bit about Eric Burgett
from his website:
"Country music artists have a long-standing love affair with the
six-string guitar. However, a select few have chosen a different
path. Following in the footsteps of legends like Charlie Rich,
Ronnie Milsap & Phil Vassar, Eric Burgett has taken the 88 key torch
and is blazing his own trail of standout country music. Burgett grew
up on the family farm in Latham, performing on an old upright piano
at his parents' tavern, The KORN KRIB, along with Sunday services at
the Latham United Methodist Church.
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"In 2012, Burgett made the move to Nashville to
pursue his country music dreams and learn from some of the best
songwriters and artists. In Fall 2017, Eric signed with Bow to Stern
Management, headed by Grammy-nominated producer Matt McClure. Eric
has entertained thousands of fans at his own shows as well as
opening for Chris Stapleton, Rodney Atkins, Lee Brice, Charlie
Worsham, Phil Vassar, Frankie Ballard, Jana Kramer, Craig Morgan,
and Jim Brickman.
"In 2018, Hardee’s Corporation asked Burgett to be a social media
brand ambassador and has partnered with Burgett on his music video
in support of his current single.
"Building on the success of his previous single 'Town You Never
Heard Of' Burgett is releasing music with his new record label, Bow
To Stern Records. His debut single 'Swing Low, Sweet Old Cadillac'
released June 3rd, 2019, and an EP titled 'Pass it On' will be
released August 2nd.
"For more information, keep in touch with Eric on his socials and
website and find him in a city near you!" -