9.8: Eric Heitmann: The 300 Pound Beethoven
In this SportsNet Central Report, Brodie Brazil stops by with 49ers' Eric Heitmann to talk about the Offensive Lineman's second love behind football, playing the piano.
-- -- they'll help all of this is the size of Eric Heitmann people know an offensive lineman for the 49ers. Since 2002. And this is designed most would never expect at 63315. Pounds he's got the -- local football when he went. It with the hands of the -- My money to take lessons pretty dark horse for about 1011 years growing up as a kid. Right around wanna start playing football football became more focused for me. Piano you kind of put them on the back were a little bit who's who's always second your -- is always a -- to do something that I always. Always kept up. Inside his home today Heitmann and employees both the piano being keyboard setup interconnected with the apple program garageband. Mean he's here for the Stanford graduate composes his best work. In the form of cinematic sound skates lifestyles and -- classic cool kind of movie -- selling stuff. -- I guess -- characterizes. So dramatic and plays well it's dynamic. I looked like the thing down. If you asked you -- -- real football is a profession and composition is the passion and exit music and experience and why you learn when he needs. Get home Sunday -- You know after big game. Maybe something need to crank out on the piano and kind of release emotions or something like that you know -- uses an escape and it's a good way to kind of release. You don't frustration or whatever emotions it's time something not done for so long. You don't play for so you just might have really it's going. You know I know I enjoy playing in the keep doing okay. It is only natural to expect that -- musical endeavors -- outlast his football career. That doesn't necessarily mean he's planning for the future behind -- You never know and we'll see at some point maybe there's just something you can put out there I'm not looking recording studio at some point you know maybe not for profit just. Santiago -- my kids at some point. You know that'll continue to do this for -- I can't -- -- Comcast sports in.