Stop Now. What's That Sound? What's going down is the excitement in the air for Eric Burdon's birthday. In the spirit of "We've Got to Get Out of This Place" and "Sky Pilot," in which he used music to challenge the status quo, Eric is offering a streaming only sneak preview of his newly recorded - "magnificent" - version of Buffalo Springfield's 1966 protest anthem, "For What It's Worth," as a timely - and timeless - message to his fans"
"Every movement has to have a song. That's what music's meant for." - Eric Burdon Songs that Defined History..."We've Gotta Get Out of This Place" - as urgent a message as ever. Tonight Eric Burdon is part of #Soundtracks, on CNN's new series from Dwayne The Rock Johnson, to discuss the Vietnam War on the Kent State Anniversary. Tune in 10pm PST/EST "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it." - George Santayana
Just 3 days until Eric Burdon's Birthday Bash at Libbey Bowl - Ojai, California! Here's a sneak preview of his last appearance and what's to come... Tickets: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2934126
Dear friends and supporters of Eric Burdon and the Animals- Just wanted to give you the heads up, in case you hadn't heard, that Eric Burdon, after touring the world, playing to sold out venues and receiving great reviews, is bringing it all back to California, to his adopted hometown of Ojai. In just over two weeks, on Saturday, May 6th, don't miss the chance to see a giant of the British Invasion, the singer with the "most physically imposing voice," in his long-awaited return to the Ojai Libbey Bowl for a special engagement. He is celebrating his birthday and the first anniversary of this great lineup of the Animals, which Eric says is the best version of his band yet. If you don't have tickets yet, they are available here: http://bpt.me/2934126 Thank you for your support of Eric and his music and hope we'll see you in Ojai in a couple of weeks.