eric slick

Eric Slick studied at the Paul Green School Of Rock Music. He went to Zappanale with the Paul Green School in 2005.

After graduating at the Paul Green School Eric performed and toured with Project/Object, Cresent Moon and Adrian Belew.

November 2007, Eric Slick joined Delicious.

The picture on the right is taken from Eric's Blogspot.

Napoleon Murphy Brock and Eric Slick at the Zappanale festival



  project/object: zappanale 18
    (2007, dvdr, ger, private release) - all zappa material / feat. don preston, napoleon murphy brock &

the black lodge ensemble: jim-bum
    (2008, cd, usa, black lodge productions) - feat. elliott levin & eric slick



the black lodge ensemble: sleep
    (2008, cd, usa, black lodge productions) - feat. eric slick


elliott levin and the black lodge ensemble: s/t
    (2009, cd, usa, black lodge productions)- feat. eric slick

project/object: zappanale 20
    (2009, dvdr, ger, private release) - all zappa material / feat. ike willis, don preston, robert martin, denny walley &

  julie slick: terroir
    (2012, cd, usa, slick sound 04) - feat. eric slick, robbie 'seahag' mangano, marco minnemann and adrian belew

julieslick_terroir.jpg (21468 bytes)

  robbie 'seahag' mangano: full moon fever
    (2015, cd, usa, private release) - feat. don preston, napoleon murphy brock, ed mann
seahag_fullmoonfever.jpg (28823 bytes)




Adrian Belew Power Trio

Project/Object with Ike Willis

Adrian Belew Power Trio


Project/Object featuring Ike Willis

Adrian Belew Power Trio

Project/Object featuring Ike Willis



random notes

2008 08

newsflash: the Jair-Rohm Parker Wells Trio features Elliott Levin on tenor sax, Jair-Rohm Parker Wells on bass and Eric Slick on drums. They have a download-only album out on the Ayler label. The release is called "Brotherly Love in Philidelphia".

2008 08 10

With Zappanale coming up and all, who's better suited then Zappanale veteran Eric Slick to give some advice...
He won't be there this time (he's on tour with Adrian Belew), but that's no reason not to ask him two questions:

UniMuta: From a musician's point of view, what is Zappanale like, compared to other festivals?

Eric Slick: The biggest difference between Zappanale and all other festivals is the efficiency of the staff. The crew there is unbelievable and if there are any problems they tend to take care of them within minutes. Also, the backstage catering is by far the best of all the festivals I've played. As a vegetarian, I feel like I am provided with diverse and healthy options, instead of boring old veggie burgers (a predictable backstage find). Personally, my favorite part about the festival are the vendors, from the bearded man selling mead to the eccentric bootleggers selling the Miles Davis DVD's. You can't put a price on experiencing conversations with those people.

UniMuta: And for your 'experienced' part, what do you want to say to the PGSoR students that will be going to Zappanale?

Eric Slick:  Don't be nervous and don't rush the songs. I can't tell you how many times I've done that at Zappanale. Have at least one alcoholic drink and just tell Paul you're loopy from the flight. Eat as many pastries from that amazing cafe near the hostel as you can. They don't make pastries like that in the U.S.A. Finally, you guys may have played Lollapalooza, Kidzapalooza, and whatever...that's great and all....but remember one thing - Zappanale is a way of life.






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