Eryn Shewell

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Eryn Shewell
Eryn Shewell (born June 26, 1984) is an American self-taught jazz and blues guitarist and vocalist from Jackson, New Jersey, whose influences range from Etta James, Susan Tedeschi, Eva Cassidy, Aretha Franklin, Donny Hathaway, Al Green through Bobby Blue Bland. A BELK southern musician showcase winner, an 18 time Asbury Park Music Award Nominee and 3 time winner, has developed a reputation as one of the premier up and coming voices on the scene today. Eryn has performed her unique blend of blues rooted americana infused with a taste of years gone by all over the east coast and beyond. Known as the Jewel of New Jersey Eryn's incredible vocals have the capability to give even the most hardened critic chills. She has recorded and shared the stage with artists such as Gregg Allman, Don McClean, Gin Blossoms, Johnny Winter, Robert Cray, Little River Band, Walter "Wolfman" Washington, Marsha Ball, Eric Lindell, Sonny Landreth, Steve Ferrone, Bernard Purdy, and many more. Shewell's parents were both singers and her grandfather is a bluegrass musician. She has been performing since she was ten years old. By the age of thirteen, she was singing for country band Sundance, which she continued to do for ten years. She has also been a backing vocalist for Jody Joseph and the Average Joes of Asbury Park, New Jersey, and recorded vocals for Soul Project's Cristian Duque and Walter "Wolfman" Washington

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