Erica Smith’s first CD release, folk/Americana-tinged Friend or Foe, prompted The Village Voice to declare “I think I love her” and earned her a spot on Charlie Gillett’s renowned BBC London show “The Sound of the World.” 

Now, with four records under her belt, with songs ranging in style from country to bossa nova to Beatlepop to psychedelia, she blazes forth a versatile and powerful singer and songwriter. She also shines as an accomplice in the NYC collective Murderers' Row, performing in tributes to Paul and Linda McCartney's RAM, Squeeze, Richard and Linda Thompson, Elvis Costello, Harry Nilsson, Bonnie Raitt, and more.