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Capturing the feel of a live room and peak players in their rawest form before ideas get over-rehearsed, The Stars in the Sky feels urgent, fresh and warm. It's as easy to bop and sing along to as its songs' simple structures are to pick up and play along with at home.


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The Asbury Park Press writes, “With an atomic persona and a fiercely independent ethic – reminiscent of early Jeff Buckley or Thurston Moore – Ginsberg challenges every notion of what a performer should and shouldn’t be. It’s obvious that Eric Ginsberg is destined to hit.

The Aquarian says, “Prepare to be deceptively lulled with warm acoustic intros and melodic riffs, as Ginsberg’s voice belies a pithy wisdom. This is one artist who will do anything but leave you cold or wanting.

triCityNews calls Eric Ginsberg “one part Tasmanian Devil and one part P.T. Barnum. He combines energy with enthusiasm and creates order out of seeming chaos.

Eric Ginsberg swirls elation and heartbreak into powerfully relatable, cleverly-crafted, crowd-pleasingly catchy songs, alternating from sweeping anthems to compelling laments. 


He has brought his unique brand of upbeat and personal pop/folk – rife with storytelling, hand claps, and sing-a-longs – to theaters, colleges, cafés, bars, living rooms, and all manner of impromptu venues all across America. 

Eric Ginsberg typically performs as a solo acoustic act, but his extensive repertoire of songs provides opportunities to sit in with any band willing and able to follow along. He is also available to perform at storytelling events.

In addition to performing as a singer/songwriter and storyteller, Eric Ginsberg also hosts the podcast, 5 to 9 – A Movie Game.


Outside of performing, Eric is a teacher, a husband, a father, and a lover of all things sweet. He lives in Asbury Park, NJ.

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