After performing over 350 concerts in France, Eric John Kaiser fell in love with a girl, a romance which would bring him to Portland, OR where he is currently based. He has gigged his way up through Canada and down through the South, as far as New Orleans and Boston.
Eric has released five full length albums recorded in Paris, Oregon and Québec and played at the de Young Museum in San Francisco, as an “Artist in Residence” at the Smithsonian Institute in Washington DC, the Blue Nile in New Orleans, and the Solidays festival in Paris. He has shared the stage with Welsh superstars Stereophonics, toured with French star Tété (who has also appeared as a featuring artist on his album French Troubadour), played with The Lost Bayou Ramblers in Lafayette Louisiana, as well as the French band Revolver. French Rapper Fefe from the band Saïan Supa Crew also appeared on Eric John Kaiser's album L'ODyssée.
Whether he’s driving his trusty Subaru under the wide Montana sky, riding the New York City subways, or jetting across the Atlantic to tour through France, EJK’s music has led the way, allowing the artist to connect with people through his songs. His songs resonate with a genuine Americana rhythm.