I'm at Kavarna every third Sunday of each month. I'm on from 5:30 to 7:30, which gives you plenty of time to get home to get ready for Monday. Kavarna serves coffee, tea, beer and wine plus some things you can eat, too! See you there.
It's me, HB, for a rare Friday night show on the Java Monkey stage. It's May Day, so put on your union made overalls and listen to me play some of my tunes and selected covers. I'm on from 8pm to 11pm, so don't miss it.
Every third Sunday of the month (almost) I'm on the Kavarna stage from 5:30 to 7:30 playing my tunes and some nice covers. Kavarna is located in the Oakhurst section of Decatur. It's free, but you'll want to have some coffee, wine or been while you are there. See you then!
I'm back on the Java Monkey stage! Come enjoy the music along with beer, wine, coffee, tea and tasty treats. It's right in downtown Decatur, GA at Church and Ponce. The music goes from 8 to 11. See you there!
I'm on at 4pm so I can play with the St. Baldrick's head shavers It will be a blast, so come by between 4pm and 7pm. Enjoy the coffee house atmosphere with beer, wine, tea and (of course) coffee while I play my tunes and some great cover songs. See you there!
Sounds Like: Marshall Crenshaw, Carl Wilson, Paul Westerberg, James Taylor, John Doe
Label: Oh, Now What? Music
Manager: email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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First things first: This site has a general sample of my music. If you are thinking of booking me and want to hear more of my solo arrangements go to http://www.purevolume.com/harrisonbrown anc check out my "Live Encores" album. You can also just click on the Pure Volume ...See Full Bio
“...I think that we could be very successful in working together to develop and record your music. I especially enjoy your detailed, emotive guitar and clean vocals. I like the quality of your voice and the strolling rhythms of your songs. “Just a Little” and “Straight Edge” are my personal favorites. You have a pensive, mellow sound that’s reminiscent of acoustic rock from the 70s but with a modern twist. Becca Ellen, Foxhunt Productions”