|Birth name Eric Charles Peters|
Name Eric Peters
Associated acts Ridgely
|Years active 1995–present|
Origin Nashville, Tennessee
|Born October 3, 1972 (age 50)
Baton Rouge, Louisiana (1972-10-03) |
Occupation(s) Singer, songwriter, guitarist
Instruments vocals, singer-songwriter, guitar
Albums Birds of Relocation, Miracle of Forgetting, Bookmark
Genres Contemporary Christian music, Folk music
Similar People Randall Goodgame, Andrew Peterson, David Vorhaus, Andrew Osenga, Gerhard Trede
Eric Charles Peters (born October 3, 1972) is an American Christian musician and guitarist, who mainly plays acoustic Christian pop and folk music. He has released seven studio albums, More than Watchman in 1999, Land of the Living in 2001, Miracle of Forgetting in 2003, Bookmark in 2004, Scarce in 2006, Chrome in 2009, and Birds of Relocation in 2012.
Early and personal life
Peters was born, Eric Charles Peters, on October 3, 1972, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. He married Danielle Ellis, on October 4, 1997, where they now reside in Nashville, Tennessee.
His music career started in 1995, with the band, Ridgely, and they released two albums, Ridgely in 1995 and The Only Thing in 1997. He started his solo music career in 1999, with the release, More than Watchman, his first studio album, since then six more have followed suit, Land of the Living in 2001, Miracle of Forgetting in 2003, Bookmark in 2004, Scarce in 2006, Chrome in 2009, and Birds of Relocation in 2012. His backup singers have included Bill Foley.