Not afraid to bend genres, Wilson has been drawing on a diverse array of influences including bluegrass and old-time banjo, blues, soul, folk and Americana.
Wilson’s latest work incorporates banjo, guitar, ukulele and voice, making use of live looping, instrument changes, and layered vocal harmonies to create the rich sound of a full band with just one person.
Wilson’s accomplishments as a solo artist include his single “Rose Petal,” to be released in March 2017 and two singles and an EP released in 2016. He has performed alongside groups including Daniele Ate the Sandwich, Hunter Stone, Theresa Peterson and Antonio Lopez. His music was featured in the trailer for the independent film Persephone: Pictures at the End of the World.”
“…a gently plucked acoustic, beautifully melancholic violin and Harwood’s own gentle harmonies capture the experience of walking through a thick wooded area during an overcast morning.”Hard Wired
“Wilson’s soothing voice drifts in and out of the bright and warm finger-plucked notes of his acoustic guitar.”The Prelude Press
“It’s the most upbeat blues song you’ll ever hear.”Ear to the Ground
- about 6 days agoGregory Alan Isakov - The Stable Song (cover) by John Dennis and Wilson Harwood: https://t.co/eSkfkRLxb9 via @YouTube
- about 7 days agoI added a video to a @YouTube playlist https://t.co/eSkfkRLxb9 Gregory Alan Isakov - The Stable Song (cover) by John Dennis and Wilson
- about 1 week agoTraditional - Red Haired Boy by Wilson Harwood and Hayley Hirt: https://t.co/PtJSedZxt6 via @YouTube
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