Eric Holden has worked with critically acclaimed indie rockers The Bloody Lovelies; Grammy-winning Producer David Foster; the most successful female songwriter in history Diane Warren; recording artists Joanna and Thicke, conductor/composer John Williams; and R&B singer Angie Stone. He appears on the platinum-selling CD, "Live in Concert" by Josh Groban and appears regularly on numerous TV shows including Jay Leno, Ellen, Rosie, Good Morning America, PBS, Conan O'Brien, American Music Awards, World Music Awards, and the Today Show as well as Christmas celebrations with Natalie Cole. His versatility has taken him around the world playing Pop, Rock, R&B, Gospel, and Country.
Eric spent three years at Berklee College of Music in Boston and then another two years as music director of LA's First AME Zion Church. He has played historic venues like Radio City Music Hall, Red Rocks, Jones Beach, Madison Square Garden, the Shrine, Tanglewood, the Grand Ole Opry, the Hollywood Bowl, the Greek Theater, the Apollo Hammersmith, Kirstenbosch Gardens and more. Eric keeps busy with singing sensation Josh Groban. With CD sales topping 12 million, they finished two US and Canadian tours as well as a summer outdoor-sheds tour that won Pollstar's Best New Touring Act of 2004. The "Live at the Greek" DVD and CD, previously aired on PBS, went Platinum and after returning from South Africa and Europe, the band began a US arena tour.
In 2004, Eric founded Cheap Lullaby Records with partners Randy Wooten and Joe Ross. Today, Cheap Lullaby has international distribution and is releasing CDs from Sylvie Lewis, the Bloody Lovelies and the Weepies with plans for a yearly compilation release and a variety of soundtrack releases. They opened a studio and office in Venice, California; added Nik Atkins and two publicists to the staff, and began a TV and film music division.