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Jack Harris doesn’t just sing songs, he spins intricate stories with sturdy vocals that aren’t afraid to show fragility. He uses his guitar to craft journeys, whether they discuss events around the world or across the road. We saw Harris, who’s from London, perform while in Kansas City for Folk Alliance International, a folk music festival that takes over a massive hotel in the downtown area with shows being held in conference rooms as well as hotel rooms.

Give a listen to his track “Hurricane Lamp” above and sign up for our newsletter below to get free MP3s of each session we release, including this one.