Singer and trombonist Eric Felten is a rising star on the international jazz scene, raves PBS.
Eric's first concert special for public television, The Big Band Sound of WWII, was a tremendous success. The overwhelming response from television audiences across the country demonstrated the enduring power and appeal of classic American popular music. And it showed why PBS calls Eric a renowned crooner and bandleader. The program has been seen by over 12 million viewers.
Eric Felten grew up in Phoenix, Arizona, where he began studying trombone at age nine with his grandfather, a veteran of east-coast bands from the Swing Era.
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