STEPHEN HARRISON - Musician, Singer and Songwriter - and Painter!
THE NEW STEPHEN HARRISON ALBUM OF SONGS IS NOW AVAILABLE. IT'S CALLED 'CHERRY FAIR'
From a recent review of 'Cherry Fair' :
'He has a nice guitar style that has an eerie structure to it at times, but eventually finds interesting patterns and melodies. His voice is deep, a touch weathered with a light touch and carries the melody along. This should resonate with Folkworld readers, especially those who enjoy highly personal direct folk music. David Hintz (Folkworld)'
Click here to read at source
How to buy the new CD
For the Compact Disc format please make contact through the contact section of this website It's £10.00 which includes postage within the UK.
The CD is professionally manufactured to a very high standard.
Cherry Fair is also available for streaming or download from many of the digital music retailers such as iTunes and Spotify. Search for 'Stephen Harrison - Cherry Fair'
Click here to buy on iTunes
Click here to stream on Spotify
Stephen Harrison - 'CHERRY FAIR'
Please be aware that some internet retailers also stock albums by a different Stephen Harrison who is based in the USA. Due to the nature of the digital retailers systems, the identities of artists with the same name are merged. Best to search by album title ('Cherry Fair') as well as artist name. See discography for which works are mine!
Stephen Harrison is a singer and songwriter and painter living in Scotland. His NEW album 'Cherry Fair' is now available.
In his song writing he seeks strong haunting melodies. Lyrics concerning the personal and the universal are arrived at in harmony with the melody and delivered with clarity and yet they seem enigmatic in places too. The harmony and enigma is felt to be more important than a desire for a 'what's it about' meaning. Song structures and arrangements grow and develop in line with what feels right for each song, rather than following the usual verse/chorus/middle eight formula.
Re: 'Today Tomorrow - Remastered'. (the previous album)
Songs 'like postcards from an earlier, purer, more positive time' - 'There are some terrific songs on here, notably the title track and the genuinely haunting closer, Nobody There. - Alan Morrison - The Sunday Herald. Click here to read at source (last three paragraphs)
'Very Impressive' - Iain Anderson - BBC Radio Scotland
'highly individual work' - David Hintz - Folk World #52 11/2013
'Sharp songwriting skill, deft guitar playing, and smooth voice'.
For paintings by Stephen Howard Harrison click here