Eric Steckel

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Musical artist

Eric Steckel (born 1990) is an American blues guitarist and singer.[1]


Blues guitarist Eric Steckel hails from the Lehigh,[2] Pennsylvania area, and began sitting in with local blues acts before he was 10. His first album A Few Degrees Warmer was recorded live in 2002 when he was just 11 years old. He has released six albums.


  • A Few Degrees Warmer (live 2002)
  • Double or Nothing EP (2003)
  • High Action (2004)
  • Havana (2006)
  • Feels Like Home (2008)
  • The Soundmine Sessions EP (2009) – Digital Only EP
  • Milestone (2010)
  • Dismantle The Sun (2012)
  • The California Sessions (2014) – Digital Only EP
  • Black Gold (2015)

As a guest artist, Steckel appeared on John Mayall's album, Road Dogs


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