The stirring husband-and-wife folk duo Kim & Reggie Harris combine their love of music and social vision into accomplished, heartfelt songs. Located in upstate NY, they will have performed collectively for over 25 years, performing traditional, modern, and original materials on albums like In heat of the summertime, In heat of the night time, and Steal Aside: Music from the Underground, and in shows in the Philadelphia Folk Festival as well as the Smithsonian Institute. The duo is particularly powerful when carrying out freedom tunes and spirituals, but their solid songwriting skills provide their original tunes (starting from funny to historic to personal to environmentally mindful) great effect aswell. Musically, the Harrises attract from folk, jazz, pop, rock and roll, and gospel. Their 1999 record Guide My Foot features many music from and about the civil privileges movement, and contains efforts from Magpie and Pete Seeger. Rock and roll of Ages implemented a year afterwards. The duo’s produces within the 2000s continuing their idealistic bent: 2002’s Simpleness touched in the aftermath of 9/11; 2005’s Allow My People Move! united Jewish and African-American performers in a special event of independence; 2007’s Can get on Plank: Underground Railroad and Civil Battle Music, Vol. 2 may be the sequel to 1998’s Grab Away: Music of Underground Railroad.
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