Erin Coburn is a songwriter, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist bringing a style all her own across a wide range of musical genres. Her prowess on guitar and electric ukulele are a striking compliment to her original lyrics and honey hued vocals.
Going to every open mic around town at the age 11, Erin honed her improvisation skills with several local bands. She got her first paid gig at age 12 and recorded her first original album, Chaos Before Conformity at 13. Erin regularly performs across the U.S. at venues and festivals of all sizes. In 2015, she received a full scholarship to the Pinetop Perkins Master Guitar workshop and was awarded the Ann Rabson Memorial Scholarship the following year. Erin has performed with Grammy award winning artists in Nashville and opened 2017 festival shows for Larry McCray and Tommy Castro. She was nominated for the 2017 Cincinnati Entertainment Awards in the blues artist category. Erin is endorsed by the Boulder Creek Instruments/Riptide Ukulele family.
Erin's second album, Queen Of Nothing, is the expression of a woman coming of age in a confusing, mixed up, and often cruel world. The songs are easy to relate to, often hitting close to home. The album was recorded at Clarksdale Soundstage in Mississippi by 2-time Grammy nominated producer, Gary Vincent. 15 tracks take the listener on a journey that is a little bit alt rock with a good dose of blues - a sound all it's own. Opening the album is the catchy "Gold Chains Mood Swings," followed by Erin diving into the rock guitar driven "Downpour" and then exploding into the empowering "Woman's World," all while threading in and out of blues rock undertones.