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The Chris Eger Band is a fresh and soulful group that blends a variety of American-born music types into a style of its own. The group draws on Blues, Rock, Soul and Country to create an energetic experience of original music and songs that leave crowds all over the Northwest calling for encores.

CEB is lead by guitarist/vocalist Chris Eger, whose funky, blues guitar work and powerful tenor vocals are sure to excite. Chris is backed by bassist and father Randy Eger, who has over 35 years of live performance experience. Drummer, Mark Clark, is a veteran of the Northwest music scene, playing with the likes of the New Deal Rhythm Band and the Chryslers. Clark brings a solid, funky foundation to the group. Chris’s long time high school friend, Brendan Abshier, has been the CEB’s right hand man since the beginning. Abshier’s tasty B3 and keyboard chops fill out the band’s sound.

The band’s high-energy performances always please crowds and are constant signatures of what the cast brings. The band is tight, fun, and dishes out plenty of soul! It’s no wonder they constantly attract new fans as well as well as amaze longtime followers.

CEB has shared the stage with many great artists including: Lonestar, Grand Funk Railroad, Jamie O’Neal, Average White Band, Los Lonely Boys, Bad Company, Vicci Martinez, Hamilton Loomis, Leon Russell, Ana Popovic, Fat James, Matt Schofield, Kal David, Curtis Salgado, and more!

Performance highlights include: The Hard Rock Cafe in Seattle, Sunbanks R&B Festival, Winthrop R&B Festival, The Mount Baker R&B Festival, The Rendezvous Blues Festival, Highway 99 Blues Club, The Skagit Music Festival, The Wild Buffalo, Rockfish Grill, High Dive, H20 Anacortes, Conway Muse, The Blue Horse Gallery, Old Schoolhouse Brewery, John’s Alley, and more.