Eric Passmore has been a fixture of the Ottawa and Montreal music scene for nearly 20 years, both as a singer-songwriter and recording enthusiast.
In 2005 Passmore's band, The Gentlemen's Club, independently released the critically acclaimed album "The Servant" which earned the band Montreal's coveted Noisemaker award. Following a series of gigs, including their CD release party opening for indie greats The National, the band parted ways.
Passmore relocated to Ottawa and in 2010 released his first solo album, Pages Of The Day, a wonderful collection of Petty inspired strummers that captured the attention of the local music scene. A handful of local shows were all the band could manage as Passmore became increasingly consumed by learning the art of studio production - as it stands, Passmore is no longer interested in performing live
In 2014 Eric visited Nashville and had four of his original songs recorded by top session players at Direct Image Studio. This was Passmore's first stab at having his songs interpreted and performed by other musician's, an experience that will surely be followed up by more of it's kind.
Currently, Eric Passmore is passionately pursuing a career as a mixing and recording engineer. As an experienced songwriter and producer he feels he can add a lot of value to any musical endeavour. For those interested in having their songs recorded or mixed, let it be known that EP SOUND is open for business!