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December 17, 2008 Eric Hutchinson was signed to a record label a few years ago, only to be dropped shortly thereafter. His career was revived and later exploded as a result of a nod from blogger Perez Hilton. Hutchinson plays music from his debut album and talks about bursting stereotypes as a white soul musician.
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November 19, 2008 When his contract to a major record label went down with the ship, acoustic soul singer Eric Hutchinson hit the road to generate his own exposure — and, in the end, wound up self-releasing his debut. Hutchinson plays his material in a session from WXPN.
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