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Untitled Waltz

A simple waltz written in the midst of the world wide pause. Acoustic Guitar magazine has published a transcription of the tune for any and all that might want something new to play on your guitar.
https://acousticguitar.com/world-premiere-learn-to-play-a-new-waltz-by-eric-skye/

Miss McCleod’s Reel -Stillway & Skye

New Homespun Video Lesson

New video lesson for Homespun. Eric use his tune Blues For Freida as a vehicle to talk in detail about how he writes write, arranges, and improvises music for solo acoustic fingerstyle guitar in a new downloadable lesson for Homespun. Check it out here: https://www.homespun.com/shop/product/blues-for-freida

Feature on New Album in March Issue of Acoustic Guitar

Ballads And Blues

Eric Skye’s new release for 2018 is a collection of fourteen jazz and blues guitar solos, all recorded in one sitting in a friend’s garage in Portland, Oregon.

If you use PayPal and would like to order a signed copy directly from Eric, PayPal twenty dollars (add five dollars for out of USA) to min7b5@yahoo.com

Or Click here to order from CDBaby
Or click here for iTunes and Apple Music
Also available at Amazon and Spotify

New Tune From The Kitchen

November 7, 2020

Duo with Jamie Stillway

April at CarePlus is Skin Month, and to kick it off we are going back to basics – the three main steps in building your skin-care routine.

Think of your skin-care routine as consisting of three main steps – Cleansing, Toning and Moisturising. Cleansing involves washing the face, toning is to balance the skin and the moisturising step hydrates and softens the skin.

The ultimate goal of any skin-care routine is to get your complexion to a point where it is looking and functioning at its best, and to target any problem areas on the skin. In addition to that, it can be a calming and healing daily ritual.

Time and consistency are key

Two of the most important aspects of taking care of your skin are time and consistency. Dr. Rachel Nazarian, a Manhattan dermatologist at Schweiger Dermatology Group says that there is no such thing as an instant fix, you need time to reap the benefits. As long as a product doesn’t immediately irritate your skin, generally aim to stick to that routine for a 3 to 6 week period, once or twice daily to notice a difference. Your skin needs this amount of time to get used to products.

  1. CLEANSE

Although it seems like the most basic, washing your face is also the most essential step of any skincare routine. As our skin comes into contact with environmental pollutants, dirt, bacteria and other factors on a daily basis, it is important that these are removed. The advice is to wash your face twice a day – morning and night – to avoid these factors leading to clogged pores, dullness and problem skin. To learn more about dermatology tips visit website.

Finding the right cleanser

The right formula cleanses your skin as you’re washing your face, without stripping essential, healthy oils from the skin:

Skincare Routine image skincare

  1. TONE

Toner should be applied after cleansing and before any other step. Think of a toner as a supplement to give your skin an extra boost of nutrients, helping the other products in your skin routine to absorb better.

skincare for men, mens face care products

Generally, toner is usually applied using a cotton pad, however this leads to you losing a lot of the product as the pad soaks it up.
Tip: Applying toner using clean hands is the best way. Pour a few drops into the palm of your hand, rub your hands together and pat it on to your face.

Most toner formulas can be used morning and night, but any toners with exfoliating acids in the ingredients list should be used either once at night or every other day.

Some hero ingredients to look for in your toner of choice:

toner ingredients and what they do

  1. MOISTURISE

At the most basic level, the function of a moisturiser is to hydrate and soften the skin. They also work to prevent water loss through the outer layers of skin. Moisturiser is the one product that doctors and dermatologists recommend using all year round, and for all skin types.

skincare routine steps

As we age, Dr. Nazarian informs, our skin naturally loses the ability to retain moisture, and daily activities such as washing can strip natural hydrators from the surface.

Choosing the right moisturiser:

choosing the right moisturiser for your skin type 

Eye creams

It is important to note – you can absolutely survive without an eye cream – however, if you have specific concerns around your eyes such as hyperpigmentation, dryness or puffiness, it might be a good thing to try.

Dr Nazarian advises that the skin around the eye area is thin and delicate, thus it is more likely to react to irritating ingredients than other areas of the skin. Due to this, dermatologists tend to recommend an eye cream that takes this sensitivity into consideration and has more tolerable concentrations of active ingredients.

Eric In January Issue Of Acoustic Guitar

Eric share a full page of thought on getting good acoustic guitar tone in new January 2017 issue of Acoustic Guitar magazine

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Eric Skye and Mark Goldenberg Shoot Video For Acoustic Guitar Magazine

Eric Skye Goldenberg Artifact acoustic

Click here for video

New Album With Mark Goldenberg Is Out

Download on iTunes

Or get a hard copy at CD Baby

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Cover Of Current Issue Of Acoustic Guitar Magazine In China

Acoustic Guitar China

Eric Skye Trio on KMHD, Portland’s Jazz And NPR station

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Carlton Jackson
Tye North
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Two Eric Skye Model Guitars Being Born At Santa Cruz Guitars.

Eric Skye and Richard Hoover at Santa Cruz Guitar Co checking in two new Eric Skye signature models.

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A Different Kind Of Blue makes Acoustic Guitar’s top ten acoustic albums of the year

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