When You Go
"What is life without living" - is explicitly what this folk-pop songstress Erica Knight from Cambridge Ontario channels into her unquestionable songwriting talent. As a true visionary with an undeniable talent for entwining melody, rhythm and escapism into well-crafted songs her lyrics speak in metaphors connecting life's moments of love, hurt, growth & healing. Erica's finger picking style holds her audiences captive by delivering irresistible rhythms; however it is the soothing purity of her voice and natural ability to produce memorable melodies that ultimately prevail. Some compare her sounds to the folk-rock bounce of Natalie Merchant and at times the country-soul groove of Norah Jones. "Comparable to Norah Jones and Natalie Merchant" Lisa M. Bello - INDIE IN TUNE "Erica Knight's long awaited debut album is a folk gem" Jason Schneider - THE RECORD Erica Knight's debut EP "When You Go" was released in 2007 at The Pines in Cambridge Ontario with over 200 fans in attendance. Erica is well known for her solo acoustic performances, but this effort was recorded with a full accompaniment of talented musicians. With one listen you will find yourself singing her songs in some erratic order, as if each song was meant to be heard based on your particular mood or time of day. The seven song EP was recorded at Frequency Studio in Cambridge Ontario and the production is the combined effort of Erica and Terry Rocha. "When You Go" is now available on iTunes and CD Baby.