A Denver based singer/songwriter, guitarist and producer, Jeffrey Harrison's music incorporates introspective, narrative and confessional lyrics with blues, folk and rock sonic textures. Jeffrey has been compared to current popular artists such as David Gray, Pete Yorn and Ryan Adams as well as classic songwriters like Warren Zevon, Tom Petty and Jackson Browne.
Harrison is also well known for his fiery and passionate guitar work combining blues roots with melodic and harmonic improvisation in the mold of Eric Clapton and Mark Knopfler.

Latest News

Just released: Venus Sessions, a four song EP produced by Brian Vibberts. (Sinead O'Connor, Ben Folds Five, Foo Fighters). The CD features the single, "Gwendolyn" and the epic "Down From the Moon."

Similar Artists

Neil Finn, Tom Petty, David Gray, Lindsey Buckingham, Bruce Springsteen, Paul Westerberg, Eric Clapton.

Influences

Tom Petty, Jackson Browne, Eric Clapton, Led Zeppelin, The Who, Neil Young and Warren Zevon. I love the sounds of the classic British bands, but also the important American singer -songwriters as well.

Bio

A Denver based singer/songwriter, guitarist and producer, Jeffrey Harrison's music incorporates introspective, narrative and confessional lyrics with blues, folk and rock sonic textures. Jeffrey has been compared to current popular artists such as David Gray, Pete Yorn and Ryan Adams as well as classic songwriters like Warren Zevon, Tom Petty and Jackson Browne.
Harrison is also well known for his fiery and passionate guitar work combining blues roots with melodic and harmonic improvisation in the mold of Eric Clapton and Mark Knopfler.

PRESS:
...this pure dose of sound and art is tincture for the soul. Jeffrey Harrison has crafted a fine record with Venus Sessions. The album's first cut; "Down from the Moon" sounds like an indie track straight off WFUV's playlist (the publicly supported station in NYC that helped break artists such as John Mayer and Norah Jones). Here Harrison sounds like a mixture of early Neil Young and the Thorns. "Gwendolyn" showcases his melodic abilities, and it's easy to imagine this song as a backdrop to an emotional scene in a hot television series (Brothers and Sisters perhaps). Harrison brings the energy up on "Venus of Astoria." He nails a hooky chorus and combines his rock roots with pop sensibilities. Venus Sessions is worth a listen for certain. If Jeffrey Harrison has his publishing together, there is little doubt you'll be hearing his songs somewhere soon. Earbuzz.com review of The Venus Sessions

...catchy hooks, crafty leads...reminiscent of classic Tom Petty, Jeffrey Harrison is a distinctive artist and his music is dramatic. Laura Turner Lynch Kweevak.com Music Magazine

...his voice is an accessible tenor friend and his lyrics are pure poetry, a tremendous pop/rock effort. Earbuzz.com review of Jeffrey Harrison EP

The pop wizardry of Eric Clapton is felt...Harrison shares his knack for good narrative and crafty pop hooks with artists like Tom Petty and Pete Yorn. J-Sin Smother Magazine.

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