2.10.17 - Eryn was featured on Vancouver's Roundhouse Radio 98.3FM to talk about her video release and debut EP!
10.7.16 - Eryn was featured on Vancouver, Whistler & Squamish station Mountain FM with an interview, live performance of All The While and release of her single I'll Be Damned x
VARIOUS BC DATES AS PART OF THE JELLYFISH PROJECT.
OCTOBER 21, 2017 - 8pm - emerging artists performance at the SECHELT ARTS FESTIVAL, SECHELT, BC
september 17, 2017 - 2pm - rock creek fall fair, rock creek, bc
AUGUST 23, 2017 - WOW ON THE WHARF, SALMON arm, BC
AUGUST 19, 2017 - 11:45AM - hacket park arts fair, Sechelt, BC
july 21, 2017 - 7PM - serenity on the river, clearwater, bc
july 16, 2017 - 4:15pm - summerfest prince george, prince george, bc
July 8, 2017 - 2pm - berryfest, abottsford, bc
june 30, 2017 - 6pm - Aunt Leah's place fundraiser, Vancouver BC
JUNE 9, 2017 - 7pm - THE BILTMORE - VANCOUVER, BC
dec 10, 2016 - gibsons public art gallery - gibsons, BC - 4:00PM
nov 9, 2016 - the cottage bistro - VANCOUVER, BC - 9:00PM
oct 26, 2016 - the backstage lounge - VANCOUVER, Bc - 10:30PM
AUG 25, 2016 - CATES PARK CONCERT SERIES - VANCOUVER, BC - 5:00pm
Eryn Robertson grew up in the Canadian small town of Gibsons, BC and began singing/writing at the age of 16. Hailing from a family of creatives, her great aunt was a singer at the Metropolitan Opera, grandmother an actress & singer, mother a painter and father was a rock reporter with a film degree who ran recording studios. At the age of 15, Eryn's parents moved her to California where she was homeschooled for one year. Finding herself rather isolated in a new place, she came across her parents old records from the 70's (Led Zeppelin, Fleetwood Mac) and fell in love the art of music. She taught herself to play guitar, began songwriting and performing in her small town at Sunshine Coast festivals/events where she was awarded "Best Contemporary Vocal" and "Best Composition". She further honed her craft by attending The Musician’s Institute in Los Angeles, CA and recording with rock legend Brian Dobbs. She finished her debut EP at EchoPlant Sound in Vancouver in Fall 2016 and created an independent music video that gained her press and radio features across BC. Her voice has been described as soulful and her music honest.