Eric Lee Troyer is an American keyboardist, singer, songwriter, and occasional guitarist, best known as a member of ELO Part II and its successor, popular live band, The Orchestra. Troyer was a founding member of ELO Part II, having been recruited by band leader Bev Bevan in 1988. He wrote a substantial quantity of the material on ELO Part II's three albums: Electric Light Orchestra Part Two; Moment of Truth; and One Night, a live album recorded in Australia. He also wrote a large amount of The Orchestra's album No Rewind. With over 100 album credits and many years of performing, writing, recording and touring the world as a member of the Electric Light Orchestra Part II, Troyer has enjoyed a rare level of creative achievement and success.
About Eric Troyer
Singer, songwriter, and keyboard player. He was an original member of both ELO (Electric Light Orchestra) Part II and its offshoot group, The Orchestra.
He released his debut solo album, Model Citizen, in 1993.
He grew up in Elkhart, Indiana. Between 1973 and 1986, he fathered three daughters: Asia, Lindsay, and Lauren.
He became involved with ELO Part II on the invitation of Electric Light Orchestra founder Bev Bevan.
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