D.W. Harris

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When 80’s college alt-rockers Anne Be Davis broke up in the late eighties, their frontman D.W. Harris went solo, opening for The Violent Femmes and Matthew Sweet. Now Harris keeps it real with old-fashioned blues-rock in the traditions of Tom Waits and Nick Cave. His gritty vocals, groaning with angst and societal frustration, smoothly revolve around raunchy guitar riffs and carnival organ ballads.

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