Recording Artist/Musician/Producer/Entertainer/Vocal Engineer
Eclectic Fuller is a versatile recording artist who's genre is not limited. He writes everything from Pop, Hip/Hop, Club to Country. He started songwriting at the age of 14, writing hip-hop/rap first. He would find his voice in 3rd grade, singing in church with his family. His first albums he would hear at the age of 10, would be The Beatles 1962-1966 Red Album, The Beach Boys Greatest Hits, Jimi Hendrix Greatest Hits, Alan Jackson's Greatest Hits and Tim McGraw.
As the pop culture shifted to hip-hop, he would discover Tupac with a friend who gave him Tupac CDs. This is where he would the culture of hip-hop, flow and rhythm in writing. He would use aol instant messanger writing hip-hop. As you listen to his songs, you can hear the influences at hand.
As he turned 16 years old, he would get his 1st guitar and would try to learn riffs faster than his friend, as he struggled learning songs. He chose; rather than learning cover songs, he would learn how to play and craft his own songs.
At the age of 18, he was asked to play in a band; this is where he would play bass, while not having one, he bought one from a dorm mate for $20 so he could play in the band. This band would have originals on College Radio and College TV at Finger Lakes Community College.
In 2008, he would then be part of a new band that played college pre-game shows at Niagara University. Through this time of 2004-2008 he would be studying song craft and creation from The Beatles and the Red Hot Chili Peppers. At a party, he'd meet a producer named John P. Pritchard & recording artist.
In 2012, Matt (Eclectic Fuller) received a phone call from recording artist & producer John Pritchard to be part of a song production team; in which their team had a song go to Number 1 on Reverb Nation.