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Suth'n. Sanga. Soulful. A native of Lafayette, LA, Erica’s talents have been showcased on projects such as Master P’s “504 Boys Goodfellas”, Xbox’s Project Gotham Racer, Sony Motion Picture soundtrack “You Got Served”, and Mattel’s Barbie commercials. She was featured in several SyFy films including “House of Bones” and “Quantum Apocalypse”.  As a recording artist, she worked with such acts as Tank, Jesse Powell, Jon B. and Shai to name a few.
 
She was a principal singer and gymnast in the Spiderman Rocks show at Universal Studios in California. On the theatrical stage, Erica appeared in The Buddy Holly Story at The Lawrence Welk Resort and toured along with Motown greats Kim Weston and Pat Hodges in Smokey Robinson and Mickey Stevenson’s hit musical, “Sang Sista Sang.” She excited many at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with Motown’s legendary Funk Brothers.

Born in the heart of Acadiana, the spicy culture and music of her hometown carried her throughout her travels. She is deeply appreciative of her Southern heritage and deep Creole roots. This distinctive Bayou influence is infused in her style and is reminiscent of the Zydeco and blues she grew up listening to. Her music is a celebration of all things Southern and the unique people that make up the place she is so proud to call home.
 

2018 Big Easy Award Recipient! He Did That! 

The blessings keep on coming! It was already an honor to perform the very show that started my acting career 25 years ago alongside an incredibly accomplished cast of actors and musicians, at one of my favorite places in New Orleans, The National WWII Museum...now this! I am floored beyond belief!   

God is so amazing and continually shows me His Power! I am extremely grateful and it is not because of the shiny award or the acknowledgement (although great!) but I am consistently humbled, reminded and shown by God what faith can do! This show was hard work and a lot of sacrifice. I doubted myself constantly of whether I could make it through as I was in chronic pain from a recent car accident, suffered from severe back problems, told to have neck surgery and not to mention I was twice the age of everyone else in the cast (yeah I could have been all their mommas) but I trusted and kept pushing through it because I wanted this opportunity so badly that pain came secondary to my desire to sing and do what I am called to do. 

This show, this experience, that moment.....the recognition proves less about me but more of how God's grace IS sufficient. His Power IS made perfect in my weakness and therefore I boast about my weakness, so the Power of Christ may work through me. ( 2 Cor: 12:9) This show was a God experience for me, a true test of faith, along the way I lost some but gained so much more...so much more and that's why I say He Did That!!! Cause God is ALL THAT!! to me. 

Thank you to the National WWII Museum, Victoria Reed, My Cast mates, the amazing musicians, staff and crew and my wonderfully giving family who supported me through it all. Thank you for being such a light in my life.

Congratulations on Big Easy Awards Nomination! 

Super excited to be nominated for The 30th Annual Big Easy Award for BEST ENSEMBLE: Ain’t Misbehavin’ (BB’s Stage Door Canteen @ The National WWII Museum)  It was such a magical time doing this show and was honored to perform with such amazing talents. Super excited to be recognized. The blessing just keeps on going! So grateful!

Bring it On 2018! 

Hi Folks,

I am super excited for 2018! As the new year begins, I reflect upon last year and am reminded of several beautiful surprises, particularly the World War II Museum Show. Looking forward to many more amazing performances in the new year! 

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