Episode from the podcastConnect with Sheila Botelho

057: Share Music Share Life with Eric Bolton

Released Wednesday, 24th February 2021
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Episode Notes:
“I’ve felt for the majority of my life that gratitude and thankfulness really are the key to peace, joy, and happiness in life.” -Eric Bolton
Eric Bolton is a Canadian performing singer-songwriter and entrepreneur. He owns the music school and studio E-Bolt Music in Cambridge, Ontario specializing in music instruction with a team of talented instructors while also partnering with Skytrack Studios to provide one of the top recording facilities in the Waterloo Region. Eric is also the leading member of Ontario rock band, Shy Harry.  
We talked about Eric’s musical roots, songwriting, his love of growing community, and what life has been like during a time where live performance hit pause. We also talked about the origins of two of his songs that represent major milestones in his life and being true to who he is. He even performed the two songs acoustically!

In This Episode You Will Hear about:
  • The moment Eric decided to make music his career
  • The ways he uses creativity to build community and collaboration
  • How his songwriting process emerged 
  • Faith, growth, and living an authentic life
  • The life-changing origin stories of 2 of his recent songs that he performs


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