Eric Krasno has been a prolific musician over the past 20 years, co-founding both Soulive and Lettuce, while playing, producing and songwriting for a host of the music world’s leading lights, such as Tedeschi Trucks, Talib Kweli, Norah Jones and more. Stepping out on his own has allowed the virtuosic guitar master to quite literally find his own voice as he takes the mic for the first time revealing an affecting, gentle, bluesy soul man. On his latest single, “Jezebel”, Krasno lays out a mellow soul/blues vibe with some slinky, masterful guitar playing and a tale of love gone wrong.
Krasno says, “‘Jezebel’ was one of the first songs we recorded for this record. It’s kind of an updated twist on the ‘60s sound. So when it came to the video, it had to match that vibe. I think our director Jay Sansone and his crew did a great job setting the right mood visually. He was able to combine hi-def slow motion imagery with vintage tones that fit the song perfectly.”