Singer/Songwriter Ericka Corban wears many different hats. Along with her success as a touring recording artist, she is also a published children’s book author, community activist and full time nomad. She lives tiny with her husband and their 5 children as they “roam school" and travel around the country.
Corban appeared on Season 12 of THE VOICE and her content has been viewed over 2 million times across her various social media platforms. Her music has been placed in Indie Films, as well as Starbucks' global playlist. She has shared the stage with legends such as Robert Cray, Rodney Crowell, & Air Supply.
Corban is always looking for ways to serve and give back to the community. Her song "Comeback Kids" is the theme song for a California non-profit organization that supports at risk youth.
“I Stay” was the featured song in the film, 1700 Miles; a mini-documentary highlighting a Middle School teacher who rode his bike down the west coast from Canada to Mexico to raise awareness and support for suicide prevention.
She has been involved in raising tuition funding through the charitable event “Play it Forward” hosted by the Bishop Center for Performing Arts in Western Washington.
She also travels regularly to public and private schools for “Author Readings” bringing her music and books to elementary students all across the country.
Corban’s children’s books have touched the hearts of thousands of children in the US and around the world. You can listen to a special audio version of Tippy the Owl, voiced by their young son, on YouTube.
She's currently on tour with her husband and their Christian band One Way Lane.
Connect with her on YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, & Facebook @erickacorban & @onewaylanemusic