Cliff Eberhardt

Singer, Songwriter

1954 –

19

Who is Cliff Eberhardt?

Cliff Eberhardt is an American folk singer-songwriter. He is a founding member of the Fast Folk Music Cooperative in New York City. Eberhardt joined Red House Records in 1997 and has recorded five albums for the label, the most recent in 2009, 500 Miles: The Blue Rock Sessions. In 2011, he released an acoustic album of Doors songs, All Wood and Doors, with fellow musician James Lee Stanley on Beechwood Recordings. Also that year, he contributed a cover to Nod to Bob II, a Red House compilation honoring Bob Dylan on his 70th birthday.

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Born
Jan 7, 1954
Berwyn, Pennsylvania
Also known as
  • Eberhardt, Cliff
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Nationality
  • United States of America
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Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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