Spectra Music Group Recording Artist Eric Hagen Releases New Album “Revival”


Eric Hagen’s brand of Americana music is steeped in American roots, blues, rock and country. The Door County, WI based singer/songwriter has been writing and performing a delicate blend of intimate, vulnerable lyrics and musical hooks. He is often praised for his powerful vocals which act as both a story telling tool and an instrument.

In September 2022, Hagen signed with one of the largest independent record labels in North America, Spectra Music Group. His first single, “Dying Alone” is out now on select platforms and all streaming services soon. “Dying Alone” was a 2021 International Songwriting Competition semi-finalist. His full debut album, “Revival”, is now available worldwide.

Americana UK gave the album a 9 out of 10 and said… ‘Revival’ is emotionally challenging and beautiful. Savor this album slowly, first listening to the careful mixture of music and mood, then allowing yourself to be moved by the memories it revives while marveling at the magic of the man who put it all together.

Recently, his song “Hope”, was named as a semi-finalist in the current International songwriting Competition. He was also nominated for 3 WAMI Awards (Wisconsin Area Music Industry) including Bluegrass/Americana Artist of the Year, Male Vocalist of the Year and for Folk & Blues Song of the Year.

Order the new album “Revival” on iTunes today!


Available Now at all retail outlets such as iTunes, Apple Music, Amazon, Spotify, Tidal and more!

If you are a radio station and would like to request a copy of the new single or schedule an interview, please contact: info@spectramusicgroup.com

Check out http://www.erichagenmusic.com for more info and tour dates!

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