This will not be the first time that EC3 has visited our show. Every time he drops by, there is always exciting news to share! And this time is no different - but let's back track....
EC was born in Naples, the son of a respected tenor saxophonist, composer and arranger. Early in his life, little Ernest must have decided to follow in his Dad's footsteps. He was the youngest graduate of the Naval School of Music - and he flew from there! There was work to be had in Los Angeles, but the call of Las Vegas proved to be a turning point in this drummer's career. EC met Vincent Falcone, who had been Frank Sinatra's legendary pianist. And he met Loretta Holloway, a much respected vocalist - who was looking for someone just like our guest. EC became Ms. Holloway's Music Director - and shouldered some huge shows with her for over 12 years. It was common to share the stage with Don Rickles, Jay Leno and David Brenner, among many others.
One of the biggest introductions that EC ever had was when he met bass master, Al McKibbon. Al and EC had a connection that lasted for years. Because of their intense working relationship - sometimes via 18 shows a week! - our Friend developed a fabulous set of career and life skills that have stayed with him. And that has most certainly helped with the creation of his multiple projects. When we first met EC, he was making the rounds of various venues in support of his "Her Eyes at Sunset." Then, it was "It's All About the Rhythm." Now, there's a new set of tunes - very much in the swinging, sassy, and Jazz-loving EC3 style. It's called "My Rhythmic Point of View" and it's going to make you get UP and bossa your socks off ;) We've got our talented visitor in-house to tell us all about it - on 10/6 - join us!
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