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WAP99040208 - 02 APRIL 1999 - WASHINGTON, D.C., USA: Humanitarian and aid leaders follow President Clinton's unscheduled news conference in the White House briefing room, April 2, to discuss the mounting refugee crisis in the Balkans. .Speaking is Julia Taft, Assistant Secretary of State for the Bureau of Populations, Refugees and Migration with Hattie Babbitt (right), acting Director for the Agency for International Development and Eric Schwartz (rear), a member of the National Security Council staff. iw/Ian Wagreich UPI

This article is about the American folk singer. For the novelty singer known as "Smooth-E" see JibJab. For the cartoonist see Eric W. Schwartz. For the neuroscientist, see Eric L. Schwartz

Eric Schwartz is an American folk singer/songwriter known for his often humorous, sexually explicit lyrics, as in the songs "Clinton Got A Blowjob" and "Who Da Bitch Now". His video, "Keep Your Jesus Off My Penis" has been downloaded over a million times. He cites Dr. Demento as an inspiration. He graduated from Tufts University with a degree in biology and worked as an actor and guitarist, before moving to Greenwich Village to begin his songwriting career. He has played several times at the Kerrville Folk Festival and was a finalist in the songwriting contest in 2001. He was at winner of the Falcon Ridge Folk Festival Emerging Artist Showcase. He now lives in Los Angeles, California.

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