Eric Keyes

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Musical artist

Eric Keyes (born April 8, 1969)[1] is an American guitarist and singer. In 1995, he has also founded the electric rock band Riddle Me.[2][3][4]

Discography

Albums[5]

Year Album Number of Songs
2004 Wake Up[6]
  • Released: August 2004
  • Label: Wealthy Records
12
2007 Doilie Records Ringtones
  • Released: June 2007
  • Label: Wealthy Records
10
2011 Mind on Fire[7]
  • Released: November 2011
  • Label: Wealthy Records
8
2014 Back in Blue
  • Released: January 2014
  • Label: Wealthy Records
8

Singles

Year Title Album Role
1993 Together Again
Denton Discoveries Guitar and Vocals
1993 “Lost”

“Summertime”
“Candy”
“I’ll find You”
“Etude #1″
“Yesterday”

EP Guitar and Vocals
1995
  • Together Again
  • Merkin Wig
  • Lost
  • Get to Know You
  • Everything
  • Me' Quema El Corazon
  • Area 51
  • I'll Find You
  • In Heaven There Is No Beer[8]
Merkin Wig Guitar and Vocals
1998
  • Get To Know You
  • Dill
  • La Llorona
  • Macbar Techno
  • No Beer Today
  • Why
  • Breaking the Law
  • Surf Tune
Trademark Guitar and Vocals
2000
  • Eden
  • Eye in the Sky
  • Ball Fade
  • Why
  • Amy
  • Godzilla
  • Al Kaholic
  • The Work Song
  • Anthem
  • I’m A Cow
  • Get To Know You
  • Merkin Wig
Eden Guitar and Vocals
2012 Reign Falls EP Guitar and Vocals
2013 King Fly EP Guitar and Vocals
2013 Forget Me Not EP Guitar and Vocals

Early life and career

Born in Houston, Keyes grew up listening to rock guitarists of the 1970s and 1980s. After completing his graduation from the University of North Texas,[9] he formed an electric rock band Riddle Me This with Paul Schmaus, Dave Berkson and Charlie Short. The band recorded three albums "Merkin Wig" in 1995, Trademark in 1998[10] and Eden in 2000.[11] The band gained the media attention and became one of the popular bands in Denton, Texas.

Riddle Me This gained the attention of national media, when Time Warner challenged it for the trademark violations with their batman movies.[12]

References

External website

Eric Keyes website