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Tour Announcement Coming Soon

Getting ready to announce my Fall tour! Touring with one of my all time favorite artists. Hint: here’s a photo of us from 2005. Can you guess who it is? #City&SandTour

A Little More with Mackenzie Johnson

I made a duet video of “A Little More” with Mackenzie Johnson in Central Park. And she rocked it! Originals Session

Eric discusses how to construct the “perfect setlist”; details the development of “Pure Fiction” & how he benefitted from stepping out of his comfort zone. Also, acoustic performances of “A Little More” and “Tell The World”


Eric is performing the world television premiere of his new single A Little More live this Wednesday on the TODAY SHOW! As part of the Today Show’s artist of the month, Eric will be interviewed by his friend Elvis Duran also of Z100.


After an amazing TELL THE WORLD spring tour, Eric will continue to criss cross the country in support of his new album PURE FICTION, see below for a complete list of shows near you and click HERE for our favorite fan pics!


06-18-2014 LA JOLLA, CA - Birch Aquarium

06-21-2014 TAOS, NM - KTAOS Solar Bar 21+ without guardian

Due to unforseen circumstances, the El Rey June 22 show is being rescheduled. Date TBC. Refunds available at point of purchase

07-09-2014 BOISE, ID - Alive After Five Summer Concert Series

07-11-2014 MINNEAPOLIS, MN - Basilica Block Party

07-19-2014 MONTPELIER, VT - Do Good Fest

07-26-2014 LONG BEACH, CA - ASICS World Series of Beach Volleyball

08-01-2014 AKRON, OH - Bridgestone Invitational

08-15-2014 JOLIET, IL - Joliet Slammers Summer

08-16-2014 ANNAPOLIS, MD - Rams Head On Stage

Singer-songwriter Eric Hutchinson keeps his pop on the sunny side


Singer-songwriter Eric Hutchinson was well aware going into his third album, “Pure Fiction,” that he was reaching what for many artists is a critical point in their careers.

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Click the photo watch performance!

Rhapsody South Park Sessions

Recently, Eric performed “Tell The World” & a little more for Rhapsody’s South Park Sessions. Check out the performances below!

Seattle show review and photos

The cheers were so loud during the pause of their second song, Watching You Watching Him, that Hutchinson and his band were unable to continue the breakdown. With a smile on his face, he pleaded, “We love listening to this and could do it all night, but we would never be able to finish our set!” Focus, people, focus. This energy continued for an hour and a half, as Eric Hutchinson and his band ripped through a 20 song set, sugared with hits one after the other. Hutchinson likened his new album to a baby that remains awake through the night, constantly needing to be fed and having its neck supported. That’s one way to put it, I suppose. He asked for silence before starting an acoustic version of Forget About Joni, a song he said made him feel most vulnerable. Hutchinson may want to start bringing reinforcements, because this crowd wasn’t ready to slow down any time soon.

Read the full post here.


Eric rocked the house opening night in Baltimore, kicking off his Tell The World Tour in style. The first of 23 shows, the tour will take Eric across the country and back, each set full of surprises.

Check out some exclusive photos from the Sound Stage in Baltimore here from our very own Cal Knapp!

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For the Anaheim and LA ALL AGES shows at House of Blues, we are excited to announce the wildly talented singer Jessie Payo will be joining Eric on stage!

Eric stopped in at Daytrotter on his way to Des Moines and for an acoustic session, including two new songs, “Tell The World” and “Forever.” Listen here!



The new album ‘Pure Fiction’ is out today, a week before kicking off off The Tell The World Tour in Baltimore!

"I spent a year and a half of my life writing and recording Pure Fiction. I’m incredibly proud to share it with the world today. Thanks for listening!"


The countdown to the April 8 Pure Fiction album release has begun! Starting Monday, March 31, hear a sneak peak on Pandora Album Premieres here.

Check out:
“Goodnight Goodbye” on Perez Hilton
“Love Like You” on Just Jared
“Forever” on Idolator
“A Little More” on Billboard

The Tell The World Tour with special guest Saints of Valory kicks off April 16 in Baltimore at the Sound Stage, stay tuned for your chance to meet Eric before the show! Check the list on the right for a concert near you!

Eric stopped in to see his friends at VH1 and recorded the national TV premiere of Tell The World on Big Morning Buzz. Check out a live performance of Tell The World here.

ERIC HUTCHINSON PREMIERES NEW ‘PURE FICTION’ SINGLE AT BILLBOARD.COM AND CONFIRMS SXSW SCHEDULE just premiered Eric Hutchinson’s “A Little More” - his second single from the new album ‘Pure Fiction’ (out April 8) - that is currently part of a worldwide Netflix TV commercial campaign. Hutchinson has also confirmed five shows at SXSW, including a full band performance at Quantum Collective’s Southwest Invasion at the Whole Foods Flagship Rooftop Plaza, followed by his biggest headlining tour ever as part of Skype’s “Ones to Watch” (see below for schedule).

Other songs on ‘Pure Fiction’ have already been confirmed for national TV spots, including Eric’s first single “Tell The World,” which will be the theme song of NBC’s new series ‘Growing Up Fisher’ starting March 4 and will be featured on the season finale of Vh1’s ‘Couples Therapy’ on March 6. Another new ‘Pure Fiction’ song, “I Got The Feelin Now,” was recently featured on ABC’s ‘Switched At Birth.’

Eric Hutchinson at SXSW:

3/12 - Embassy Hotel (set time: 6pm)
3/13 - Hyatt Showcase (set time: 6pm)
3/14 - Sheraton Hotel (set time: 6pm)
3/14 - APA showcase @ Palm Door on 6th St (set time: 11pm)
3/15 - Quantum Collective’s Southwest Invasion @ Whole Foods Flagship Rooftop Plaza (set time: 12:10pm)


For the brand new “Tell The World" video, directed by Shane McCauley and lyrics by Terry LaRue, Eric strapped on a camera and hit his favorite New York City haunts - Central Park, Lincoln Center, the record store, the guitar shop - it’s what USA Today, who premiered the video, calls "a moving selfie."

"Tell The World" is now available everywhere! Pre-order Pure Fiction on iTunes and get "Tell The World" instantly -

"On the first two albums, the songs were a lot of therapy for me. There was good and bad in there. For Pure Fiction I wanted something bigger and better. Before I sat down to write, I decided not to focus on the negative - that could be a double album, probably. But I’m going to focus on the good things in life. That cracked something wide open inside of me. As soon as I figured some of this stuff out, I wrote half the album in about three days."

Major tour announcement coming next week!

Wall Street Journal ‘SPEAKEASY’ premieres Eric Hutchinson’s “Big Thumping” first single from new album ‘PURE FICTION’ out April 8

Eric Hutchinson has confirmed the April 8 release of his new studio album, ‘Pure Fiction.’ On the follow-up to the “soulful” (People), critically acclaimed ‘Moving Up Living Down,’ Eric works for the first time with producers Jerrod Bettis (Adele, The Lonely Island) and Aben Eubanks (Kelly Clarkson), resulting in his catchiest, most hard-hitting album to date. The Wall Street Journal’s ‘Speakeasy’ just premiered his first single, “Tell The World,” calling it “a bouncy pop tune with a big thumping beat.”

The eight originals and two bonus tracks on ‘Pure Fiction’ serve as a celebration of rhythm - South African, Bossa nova, four-on-the-floor rock and slap-back funk. Set against experiences from a wave of touring and an inspiring trip to Barcelona, Hutchinson’s ‘Pure Fiction’ manifests a global view and a pop symphony for the everlasting moment. “Tell The World,” the record’s first single, is a striking prologue to the album’s underlying theme - holding onto the best moments in life and shamelessly shouting them from a mountaintop.

"The more places you go the more you realize the same things matter to everybody," says Hutchinson, recalling his "inspiration wall", a shrine to creativity he hung above his workspace; photos, paintings, and postcards. "I found this old postcard from the 1950’s and hung it on my wall. One day I was looking at it and wondering what the story was behind it. So I wrote one for it," Hutchinson explains about his new ballad, "Sun Goes Down."