Eric Kuhn

Eric Kuhn is a 35+ year veteran of the audio industry, starting out after DeVry as an intern at RCL studios in Wheaton, Illinois mastering radio programs “Walk With the king” for the Moody Bible Institute and Billy Graham’s “Hour of Freedom” and “Hour of Decision” for Billy Graham Ministries, and recording projects for bands like Dave Major and the Minors, and Erics first radio hit “Little Cantina” with regional band Crossfyre.
Eric began his career in live sound as a partner in Friendship Sound and Lighting, where he honed his skills with country giants like Ronnie McDowell, Roy Clark, Mel Tills,Ricky Van Shelton, Mel McDaniels, Ronnie Milsap, Ray Price, and a host of others.
At that point he moved to Chicago legend db Sound, and later Diversified Audio Group working with Legends such as Twisted Sister, Henry Rollins, Bad Company, Quiet Riot, Nelson, Ted Nugent, and Cheap Trick. Eric Spent some time as the House Engineer at the World Famous Cadillac Ranch where he mixed National country acts like George Strait, Mark Collie, Billy Ray Cyrus, Chris Ledoux, Charlie Daniels,and Ken Mullins. It was here that Eric was hired by the band Lonestar after a three show run that left the band wanting to make him family, and he moved to Nashville, where he toured with Lonestar as Monitor Engineer, Stage Manager, and Guitar Tech.
When he wasn’t on the road Eric was House Engineer at the legendary Woodshed, (owned by Tennessee Stage and Studio) where he set up rehearsal rooms for Deana Carter, Kenny Rodgers, Dolly Parton, Turner Nelson, and others and would literally move into the studio with a band and spend days readying their presentation, and gained fame by having every one of his showcase bands get signed by a major label. Some of his bands, Third Eye Blind, Shawn Mullins, Toad The Wet Sprocket remain heavy hitters to this day.
After a short stint at Mike Curb’s (Curb Records) showcase venue “The Castle Door” Eric returned to the road as a temp engineer with Clair Nashville for such acts as Pink, Third Eye Blind, and Cheryl Crow before being asked to tour as Monitor Engineer with Tim McGraw and the Dance Hall Doctors.
Eric moved back to Chicagoland when his mother became ill and founded Midwest Audio Group Eric now does freelance audio engineering and is the Founder and Principal of Midwest Audio Group, Inc. Eric is the founder and creator of Penny Road Radio