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Erin Clare

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Erin Clare Freeman (born October 28, 1998) is an American flute player known for her use of guitar pedals and amplifiers to change the sound of her flute. Erin Clare has amassed over 143,000 likes on her TikTok page, @erinclareflute. Erin Clare released her first two singles, Pipe Dream and Easy Breezes, in 2022. As an independent artist, Erin Clare writes, records, and produces her songs on her own.

Erin Clare plays at small venues across the US and has been featured as a guest on several podcasts.[1][2]

Early Life[edit]

Erin Clare Freeman was born on October 28th, 1998, As a teenager, Erin Clare lived in Navarre, Florida. This is where she began learning how to play the flute and other instruments.

Erin Clare went to college at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg, MS. In 2021, she graduated with her Bachelor's degree in Music Performance.[3]

Music Career[edit]

In 2021, Erin Clare began posting flute covers of popular songs on her TikTok account. Erin Clare skillfully plays by ear and improvises flute parts over songs from a variety of genres. Erin Clare flute's improvisation skills led her to writing her first two singles, Pipe Dream and Easy Breezes. As of now, Erin Clare's music is entirely instrumental, made up of instruments including the mellotron, omnichord, synthesizer, and bass guitar providing a foundation for Erin Clare's lead flute part. Erin Clare is planning on releasing new music in 2023.

Erin Clare is currently based in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Musical Influences[edit]

Erin Clare has stated she takes inspiration from a variety of bands and musicians such as, The Beatles, Elton John, Prince, and Greta Van Fleet.[4]


  1. "The Christian Reeve Podcast". official.
  2. "Overcoming Self-Doubt and Maintaining Authenticity As A Musician (with Erin Clare)". November 11, 2022 – via
  3. "Combat Control Foundation - 2019 Awardees".
  4. "erinclareflute".

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