Singer/songwriter/guitarist/keyboard participant Eric Kaz has already established a journeyman’s profession in American popular music. Within the middle-’60s, he performed piano in Kids of Paradise, an organization offering folk performers Happy and Artie Traum. He was an associate from the pop/rock and roll group the Blues Magoos from 1969 to 1970, and he was agreed upon as a single musician to Atlantic Information and made several albums in the first ’70s. While his executing career didn’t remove, his songs had been documented by such prominent performers as Bonnie Raitt and Linda Ronstadt. He was a founding person in American Flyer in 1976. The group produced two albums, and Kaz teamed up with Craig Fuller, also an associate of American Flyer, to produce a duo record for Columbia in 1978.