In the ever-changing world of music, there are few individuals as hard-working, passionate and influential as producer and musician Eric Lilavois. The owner of a pair of recording studios — the 4,000 square foot Crown City Studios in Pasadena and the famous Seattle London Bridge Studio where Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Blind Melon have recorded — Lilavois has worked with bands including My Chemical Romance, Atlas Genius, Surfer Blood, The Dustbowl Revival and Saint Motel, and has helped to develop scores of up-and-coming artists for Warner Bros., Atlantic and Universal Records. A member of the Grammy’s and a top SXSW panelist, Lilavois has also produced and composed over 70 original cues for films and television series including Pawn Stars and American Restoration.
From 2004 through 2006, Lilavois was the front man for rock band The Days In Between, and in January of 2011, he released his self-produced debut record The Only Way. Lilavois recently released Salt, Sea and Smoke, an album of original music with a some of the most accomplished session musicians in the country, and a documentary based upon the recording of the album will be released in April of 2015.