Eric Herman’s “cool tunes for kids” are at once ingeniously witty, indelibly memorable and incredibly fun, and his videos, led by the viral hit, “The Elephant Song,” have become hugely popular, with over 50 million views online. Eric’s songs and videos have been featured nationally on PBS Kids, XM Radio, Fox & Friends, The Today Show, and in the Warner Bros. film, Life as We Know It.
Eric lives in the Pacific Northwest and travels around the USA performing concerts and elementary school assembly programs for kids and families. Bursting with comedy, creativity, audience participation and outrageously fun songs, his shows have received rave responses from kids, parents, educators and event coordinators wherever he performs.
Find out more at erichermanmusic.com
Awards & Accomplishments
Eric has written and produced a wide variety of music, including rock, progressive rock, folk, country, blues, reggae, acoustic singer/songwriter, orchestral music and musical theatre. His symphonic piece, “Thorvald’s Saga,” won an honorary mention in the 2004 Garritan Orchestration Competition, and his original musical, A Week in the Life, had a very successful four-week run at the Alleyway Theater in Buffalo, NY in 2003. The show was loosely based on the computer supply company where he used to work, Azerty, Inc., and Eric earned an Artie Award nomination for “Best Actor in a Musical” for his portrayal of one of his best friends, Ginter.