Erica Xenne

Singer, Songwriter, Pianist, Visionary

Music was Erica’s first language; a mirror reflecting her soul. As the rhythm unfolds, it unravels her heart and unleashes her dreams.

Sadly, Erica lost her singing voice to a tragic illness. Exiled from her passion, she was left craving catharsis. Song after song, story after story, photo after photo, visions of Erosia came to life. It became clear that Erica is more than a musician. She is a vessel through which passion emerges.

Regardless of the medium, Erica works tirelessly to master the skills that enable her to lose herself in the creative process. She strives to express something so primal that it’s universal. As her art becomes a mirror in which others see themselves, she sweeps them away on a journey to Erosia. And this is her deepest desire: to bring Erosia to Earth.

Prince Ruby Valentine

Guitarist, Photographer

The line - between myth and religion, dream and reality, making love and fucking - is drawn wherever you start believing.
Believe what you will and have your way with me.

Yours,
Prince Ruby Valentine

Jon Brand

Drums

Jon Brand grew up listening to alternative rock, metal and punk rock. One of his past musical endeavors was drumming for DDF, a pop-punk band which blew up in the surrounding counties of Rockland, NY.

Jon plays DW Collectors Series drums and Pearl Masterworks snare drums with a variety of Zildjain and Paiste Signature cymbals.

Riki Jane Wild aka "Dick"

Manager

Behind every great woman, there's a man staring at her ass.

Slave to Freedom

The Album

Album Credits
MUSICIANS:
Piano, Organ, Synth: Erica Xenne
Bass: Brian Bankoff
Drums:
Jon Brand: Born in a Box, Sleep on the Ceiling, Slave to Freedom, Ruby Roue, Lullaby for Defeat, Apostasy, Hurricane Ruby, Trysticide
Steve Goldberg: A Muse, Chasing Tigers, Rockless
Guitar: Ira Siegel, except verses on Hurricane Ruby which were Dalton Jobson

VOCALS:
Lead Vocals: Erica Xenne
Mezzo harmony: Meghan Bridges
Alto harmony: Emma Colleen, except Slave to Freedom, Ruby Roué, and Hurricane Ruby which were Evelyn Doorley
Choir: (bottom to top) Linda Johnson, Evelyn Doorley, Jane Kelman, Lisa Spielman

RECORDING:
Mixing & Mastering: Larry Alexander
Drum, Piano & Bass Recording: Larry Alexander, except Slave to Freedom, Ruby Roué, and Hurricane Ruby which were recorded by John Naclerio at Nada Studios
Choir recording & additional recording: Philip Aitken

WRITING:
Music & lyrics: Erica Xenne.
Lead guitar melodies: Erica Xenne & Ruby Valentine
Arrangement: All
Production: Erica Xenne
Album Art: Erica Xenne & Riki Jane Wild

Erosia

Our long-lost home planet.

Without a muse, music is just math.

Erosian Exile

Art is the blood of the Exile.