Eric Herman to play show in Clinton

Noted children's entertainer Eric Herman will play at Rockhoppers in Clinton on Saturday night. Herman's video for "The Elephant Song" is one of the most popular of all children's music videos online, with more than 2 million views on YouTube. His music has also been heard nationally on PBS Kids, XM Radio and Sirius.

  • Thursday, August 21, 2008 5:04pm
  • Life

Children's entertainer Eric Herman will play at Rockhoppers in Clinton on Saturday night.

Noted children’s entertainer Eric Herman will play at Rockhoppers in Clinton on Saturday night.

Herman’s video for “The Elephant Song” is one of the most popular of all children’s music videos online, with more than 2 million views on YouTube. His music has also been heard nationally on PBS Kids, XM Radio and Sirius.

The Aug. 23 show, which starts at 7 p.m., is a double bill with DeJa Blues. Admission is $5.

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After Herman’s show, local favorites Deja Blooz takes the stage for an evening of blues. DeJa Blues is the duo of Ed Newkirk and Dave Gregor; the pair will play at about 8:30 p.m.

Dinner will be at 5:30 p.m. and features fried chicken with fixins. Cost for the dinner is $20 per adult and $10 for all children under 12.

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