PRAISE FOR PRIOR SOLO RELEASES
"Big World Abide: The Best of Eric Anders is the modern folk based anthology we have been waiting to hear, and will never forget."
"[Eric's version of "Blister in the Sun" is] one of the best covers of any retro song to be heard."
"...heaven-sent vocals [in] glorious tracks such as "These People" [and] "Never Enough" ..."
-Louise Parker, Paste Magazine
"Folk artist Eric Anders has released an outstanding collection of some of the most beautiful and meaningful songs for 2016.... Best of the best ... is what we would give this new collection...."
-Sherryl Craig, Nashville Music Guide
"Big World Abide: The Best of Eric Anders is a sturdy representation of Anders’ songwriting craft and lyrical potency, akin to the likes of Jack Johnson and David Gray at their most prolific."
-Samuel Mensah, Daily News Service
"Anders’ ethereal voice is one that can be compared to the sounds of Jeff Buckley, yet he carries a type of poignancy similar to Cat Stevens. His powerful, and sometimes politically driven lyrics will make your heart heavy at times."
-Abe Noorsay, East Coast Rocker
"With a sound that is reminiscent of both Neil Young and Bob Dylan, yet the new and youthful driving energy embossed sound of rock ... Big World Abide: The Best of Eric Anders is the modern folk based anthology we have been waiting to hear, and will never forget."
-Joseph Timmons, IndiePulse
"Sometimes you hear a sound so honest and vulnerable that you can’t help but become emotionally moved by the sheer beauty of it. With his newest album release, Big World Abide: The Best of Eric Anders, Eric Anders offers us a compilation of some of his most intriguing and inspirational work."
-Ryan Donnelly, Vents Magazine
"The absolute highlight ... is Anders' "cover" of The Violent Femmes' “Blister in the Sun" ... He makes it his own haunting version, and it is nothing short of a masterpiece."
-Rachel Freitas, Music Existence
"The flow of each song works nicely, held together by fine original production and of course, the unmistakable sound of Eric Anders' voice. If you're new to his music, Big World Abide is a good place to discover Eric Anders. If you're already a fan, it's a pleasurable compilation."
-Kath Galasso, On Stage Magazine
"Eric Anders’ compilation Big World Abide draws from four of his works and the result is a time travel through the artist’s state of mind and collaborations throughout the years. The tracks he and his producers have chosen ... demonstrate Anders’s remarkable journey as a musician."
-Steph Cunningham, Scallywag Magazine