Eric Kaz

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Eric Kaz, born in Brooklyn, New York in 1947, is a singer-songwriter active mainly in the late 1960s and the 1970s.


He first appeared on the popular music scene in the mid-60s playing piano in a band called Children of Paradise with Happy and Artie Traum. He surfaced again in 1969 as a keyboard player in a revised version of the Blues Magoos, a Bronx-based band that had previously gained some success with the single " Nothin' Yet." After one year with the Magoos, Kaz was signed by Atlantic Records as a solo artist. His first self-titled debut album was released in 1972, featuring the song "Cry Like A Rainstorm" later turned into a hit by Bonnie Raitt and Linda Ronstadt, among others. His style is similar to that of Carole King, James Taylor, and Jackson Browne. His second album, Cul-De-Sac, was released in 1974. In 1975 Kaz joined Craig Fuller (ex lead singer of Pure Prairie League) to form the band American Flyer, releasing the albums American Flyer in 1976 and Spirit of a Woman in 1977. The band displayed a country-rock/singer-songwriter sound typical of late seventies-California. In 1978, Kaz released an album with Fuller titled simply Craig Fuller-Eric Kaz. This album was similar to the American Flyer albums and featured contributions by Michael McDonald and J. D. Souther. Eric Kaz never released another album as a performer.


Although Eric Kaz never achieved great commercial success as a performer, he has...
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