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Sounds Like: Neil Young, Syd Barrett (Official), Harrison Ray
Label: April invention records
Manager: 7 dogs and 2000 birds
Bio: Born and raised in rural SC. Currently moving about the US, living in small barns and large houses. Combining storytelling and slow, dark songs into a interesting soup using many different instrument machines. Independently recorded, produced and released "El Paraguas" in 2010. New full length a...See Full Bio
“Summerville Journal Scene ® Photo courtesy of Lisa Roux Harrison Ray is set to perform at Coastal Coffee Roasters on Thursday evening. Local music lovers are often surprised there aren’t hundreds of people at Harrison Ray’s concerts – because there should be. Each show is wildly different and incredibly entertaining. An audience never knows if he’ll be performing with an electric or acoustic guitar, banjo or omnichord. Ray is a skilled master of melody, songwriting and challenging lyrics. He’s also a fine picker of stringed instruments with a distinct, fluid guitar style. Ray’s gift for telling stories comes through in his songs, in person and during off the cuff remarks between songs. “This song bought me my first Winnebago,” he recently told an audience at The Tin Roof in Charleston. “The songs sort of appear,” Ray said. “I’ve never purposely written a song. It seems like this thing telling me what I need to hear. They come from some other place. They”
Getting settled in here...Before you know it eleven new songs will be brought forth from the depths of the well of chitter chatter.
Ask Harrison Ray anything...
Q: If a tree falls in the forest, and there are no people around to hear, do the other trees laugh?
A: I'd say some do and some don't. Maybe the saplings laugh. The wise ones know that they could be next.
Asked by Allnightkungfu. Answered on Tue Aug 20 2013All Questions