November 16, 2016

Eric Troyer, The Orchestra, former member of E.L.O.


Indiana, USA native Eric Troyer’s professional resume reads like a who’s who of rock history. His voice can be heard on mega hits such as “Woman” by John Lennon, “Uptown Girl” by Billy Joel, “Total Eclipse of the Heart” by Bonnie Tyler and on songs by Aerosmith, James Taylor, Meatloaf, Kiss, Lou Reed and many others. A founding member of ELECTRIC LIGHT ORCHESTRA Part II, Troyer’s distinctive voice and keyboards, not to mention his tireless work ethic, have been a staple of the band for more than 30 years. Troyer has managed to survive years of exposure to the highest levels of rock and roll insanity with his good humor intact. He is a health nut and history buff.

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