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Episode 12:
Eric Hutchinson

OK, It's Alright With Me

I thought I had watched all of the LFDH episodes but somehow I missed this one until now. It was recommended to me by a fellow concertgoer at Daryls New Years Eve Party at the new Daryls House Club. I finally got around to watchin it today. This is definately one of my favorites. I love Eric Hutchinsons songs and voice. It also shows what a great guy Daryl is and T-Bone was. I agree with the previous comment about the shows rawness but I still can't wait for new episodes. Keep up the good work Daryl and God Rest Your Soul T-Bone.
- posted by sthuilliez - February 19, 2015
I love these early episodes before the jump to TV. This is raw and unpolished, the way it should be. The artists were often people on the edge of becoming a name in music. Listen to what Eric says about the experience during the intro to Along The Red Ledge. Since moving to TV it has become much more scripted, high end well known artists, perfect lighting, HD video. This feels like you are sitting in the room with them while friends are jammin'. The new shows are a show and embody everything that goes with it. Still a great SHOW.
- posted by NoHighDefHere - February 20, 2014
Well,as I have heard I guess it will continue in 2014...Buyah!
- posted by rodarbal - November 11, 2013
This is a great concept, I just hope it continues....Daryl?
- posted by rodarbal - July 18, 2013
Just watched the episode with Eric Hutchinson.. he reminds me of one of my favorites in a lot of ways - Todd Rundgren.. Love this show ..
- posted by jemv218 - May 29, 2013
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Eric Hutchinson
Eric Hutchinson (born September 8, 1980) is an American singer-songwriter. He signed with Madonna's Maverick Records, but the label shut down before his album was released. Hutchinson recorded and released the album Sounds Like This on his own. The album won praise from gossip blogger Perez Hilton, which sent it to the top ten on the iTunes Store, where it peaked at number five in September 2007 and debuted at #1 on the Billboard Heatseekers chart. The album was picked up by Warner Bros. Records, who released it in May 2008
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