Erica Berg

Greenville, SC

With a bluesy voice that’s uniquely her own, Erica has been singing in the Greenville music scene for close to ten years, and has built a steady following throughout the Upstate. She’s a musician first and vocalist second, beginning her music career on the saxophone at the age of twelve. Because she spent her grammar school through college years playing her horn in bands and orchestras, she didn’t know the extent of her abilities as a vocalist until 2007 when she began singing in a local church. At that time she put her horn down to focus on singing, and it has been her passion ever since. In September 2010, she joined her first band, WineDown, which was a staple in Upstate clubs and restaurants for several years.

In 2012, Erica began to offer her band for hire at private events. A year later she started her first official company, Eb Music Solutions, LLC, and soon quit a teaching career to pursue music full-time. In 2015, when the company had become more than she could manage alone, she asked her father, Victor, to join her as a business partner. They rebranded the company to Collective Music Solutions in 2016 and they have one goal: providing top quality bands, musicians and DJ for all types of events throughout the upstate and beyond.

Currently, Erica is singing with her band The Erica Berg Collective – soul, blues, funk and rock at it’s finest. Though The Erica Berg Collective is primarily a private event group, they can occasionally be found in Greenville restaurants and clubs, playing at local city events like Fall For Greenville, and are actively involved with euphoria Greenville. Erica does voice-over and vocal track work at Sit-n-Spin Recording Studios for many clients, including fête Magazine, she is a worship leader in local churches, and has built a reputation of kindness and professionalism within the Greenville music community.

Erica is a Greenville native and a 2004 honor graduate of Erskine College. While at Erskine, she studied abroad in both Mexico and Spain and received a Bachelor of Arts in Spanish. Before pursuing music full-time, she worked for former Thirteenth Circuit Solicitor Bob Ariail and taught Spanish at Hillcrest High School for six years.