Campbell Harrison

Saturday, August 26, 2017 — 7:30 pm

Campbell Harrison
The Train Depot
106 Depot Street Lawrenceville, GA 30046

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Campbell Harrison

"Campbell’s lyrics are deep and honest; coupled with his clear and distinctive voice, it’s hard not to find yourself singing along." ~ ReverbNation Panel Review
 

"... kind-of a blend between Jack Johnson, Brian Adams and John Mayer, yet unique in its own right. Also notable is the flute on a few tracks by the outstanding Kofi Burbridge (Tedischi-Trucks Band). I'm looking forward to more from this artist soon." ~ Voodoo Chil Reviews

 

Campbell HarrisonGeorgia native, Campbell Harrison released his first full album Dreamer in a Bottle on July 15, 2017 (CHM/Aegis Music). The Indie-rocker will hit the road in late summer for a promotional tour to showcase the release. He plans to perform acoustic shows for intimate venues, but will break out his full-bore, electric band for larger settings. Song to Sing, a catchy new single from Dreamer in a Bottle, is also available on Spotify, iTunes and other major streaming services. The guitar track for Song to Sing is reminiscent of Jack Johnson, but Harrison’s signature voice takes the song in its own unique direction. 
 

After his critically acclaimed EP Behind Glass dropped in December of 2015, Campbell has been honing his craft with the guidance of Folk-rock legend Caroline Aiken and building a stable of impressive new songs. With Dreamer in a Bottle, he departs from the polished, full-production sound of his debut EP with a stripped-down, airy and often haunting, successor. Ranging from Indie-Rock, Americana and Contemporary R&B to straight up Blues, the album showcases Harrison’s distinctive voice and guitar style; reaffirming his reputation as a fresh new sound, unbound by a conventional genre. Recorded at the Dragon’s Den (Dragonsong Productions) in Tucker, Ga, Ben Hernandez produced the album with vintage ribbon mics used by Johnny Cash and Emmylou Harris to match Campbell’s breathy vocal style and earthy guitar work. 

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