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Sir Harrison Blues Band **

Sir Harrison II
7:00 pm

December 9, 2017

Sir Harrison, Bam Bam, Dbass (former bassist for Sister Sledge) and Jeremy will blow your blues loving brains out with their kick butt blues band.
  • Sir Harrison IIWho: Sir Harrison Band
  • Funky Blues – Dancing
  • When: Saturday, December 9th, 2017
  • Time: 7pm-10pm
  • $10 Cover charge

Harrison Begay was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona, is full blooded Navajo (Dine’). His passion for blues music and the guitar have been the driving force in his quest for artistry. He started playing music at the age of eight. The clarinet being his first instrument. It would not be until the early years of high school that Harrison would pick up his first guitar.

Harrison first took the stage in 1999 at a blues jam in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Every week he returned and the audience wanted more. This was the time for him to learn, grow and work with other musicians. His first band would take on the name, “Colorblind”, a power trio that was complimented by the tasteful bass-lines of producer and recording engineer, Leo Okeke.
In the summer of 2000 Colorblind was called to fill a major time slot that opened up at the Tulsa Blues Festival at the historic Cain’s Ballroom . Wanting the exposure, his the band played for free. That night they brought the house down.
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Sir Harrison’s music and stage performance has attracted a broad audience. His guitar playing is straight from the soul. He’s been compared to Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Robert Cray, but Sir Harrison’s guitar playing has his own unique sound.
His current band, “Sir Harrison Blues Band”. The members are veteran musicians. Singer song-writer and drummer, Bam Bam, DBass former bassist for Sister Sledge, Jeremy on Sax. Together their music is a combination of rhythmic patterns, all in a motion created by Sir Harrison’s body language and soulful guitar riffs. It’s smooth, funky, rock-in and whole lot of blues power.

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