L.A. native Tag Eric was leading the Southern California wish lifestyle in his teenagers — browsing by time and writing music about young ladies by evening — before his musical abilities drew him to Hollywood. He was 16 when he fulfilled Russ Regan, after that at Warner Bros., but his initial break came even though waiting around in the lobby of label honcho Lou Adler’s workplace. There he fulfilled Bob Raucher, an engineer at regional KHJ radio place (who considered why Eric wasn’t in senior high school). Raucher had taken a liking towards the suntanned surfer/songwriter, and, under his “personal administration,” Eric was shortly recording at Silver Superstar studios in Hollywood. One of is own songs was afterwards recorded with the Four Freshmen, who have been at that time on Liberty. Following periods by Eric, supported with studio music artists, resulted in another ending up in Regan, now proceeding up UNI (possessed by MCA), who agreed upon the promising smooth pop singer towards the label. Eric just recorded one recording, A Midsummer’s Day time Dream, that was released in 1969 on UNI’s R&B subsidiary, Revue Information. Eric eventually remaining music behind and started operating as an acting professional in Hollywood, showing up on numerous Television sitcoms and many commercials. One of is own songs, “Soar Me a location for the summertime,” was later on recorded from the Mike Curb Congregation for an flight commercial.