«Pocket Vinyl» - biography, albums, songs, video clips

Pianist Eric Stevenson has appropriately described Pocket Vinyl as “Piano-slamming Rock”—a sound supported by a balance of bass, drums, harmonica, all topped off by passionate vocals. In addition to the music, the performance is further enlivened by the art of Elizabeth Jancewicz, who paints live at each show.


Pocket Vinyl is primarily a story of love. Eric Stevenson and Elizabeth Jancewicz met in 2009 and starting dating in early 2010. They went on their first tour in the summer of 2010 showcasing their unique show which includes a man who hits, beats, and slams a piano with his blistered fingers while a woman (a very beautiful woman) creates a brand new painting each night. Every show was different, and each show memorable to those who came. Since that first tour, they’ve played over 150 shows is nearly every state east of the Mississippi River, and even quite a few beyond that. Their t-shirts and CD packaging are all hand-made. They’ve created 9 stop animation music videos (so far), 4 on-the-road documentaries (so far), 2 full length albums, 2 EPs, plus a few singles. They book, manage, and create everything themselves, and are incredibly proud of that fact. Whether they’re playing for 2 or 2000 people, they always bring their intensity and art 100%.


Band members include:

Eric Stevenson - Piano/vocals/guitar/harmonica

Elizabeth Jancewicz - Live Artist


Other supporting members on their albums include:

John Buteyn - Bass/producer

Henry Langston - Drums


More information and free music may be found at http://www.pocketvinyl.com.