Artist info

Genre

Indie, Pop, Rock


Sounds like

Silverchair, Powderfinger, Highly Suspect, John Mayer, QOTSA, Jeff Buckley, Nothing But Thieves, The Amazons


band members

Solo Studio Project of Harry J Hart. Live band: Harry J Hart - Guitar & Vocals Mars Madex - Guitar & BVs William Hoareau - Bass & BVs Kaleah Scanlon - Drums


Influences

Silverchair, Highly Suspect, John Mayer, Tool, Nothing But Thieves, Guthrie Govan


Website

www.harryjhart.com/

Bio

Starting 2021 with a slot at Australia's Jungle Love Festival and Canada's Music Week, Gold Coast teenager Harry J Hart has drawn attention from around the globe for his unique songwriting, vocal and guitar skills. This year sees him dropping a number of pop rock singles in the lead up to his debut EP. Harry's sound offers a juxtaposition between foot tapping music and reflective lyrics, his guitar-driven tracks deliver thick base lines to deliver upbeat vibes to get up and dance your sads away to.
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Harry was first earmarked by local media when at 14 he was named a Gold Coast Musician to Watch alongside Amy Shark. By the time he was 17, Harry’s busking had funded travels to Berklee College of Music in Boston to further his guitar studies, hit #1 on Triple J Unearthed’s charts, was a Queensland Music Awards finalist, and was named Bluesfest Busking Competition’s Best Guitarist. The Music Industry College graduate has also played Bluesfest in 2018 and 2019, attended a second Summer semester at Berklee, and travelled to Los Angeles to train under Tom Morello, Nuno Betterncourt, Bibi McGill and other guitar royalty.
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"Harry J Hart is a young fella but has some serious singing and guitar chops. Whether he plays with a full band and cuts sick or by himself, you need to check him out." (JBeavis, Starving Kids).

You can connect with Harry on all the socials at Harry J Hart Music or at www.harryjhart.com.

Review

Make It Easy

Harry J Hart

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

31 Mar 2021

Triple J
35

Nice one Harry, great to see your songwriting moving forward. There's elements of classic rock to this and your guitar playing still manages to shine through.

Nice one Harry, great to see your songwriting moving forward. There's elements of classic rock to this and your guitar playing still manages to shine through.