Jason Harrod

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Jason Harrod
Origin North Carolina, United States
Genres Folk, bluegrass
Instruments guitar, harmonica
Years active 1992–present
Associated acts Harrod and Funck
Website http://jasonharrod.com

Jason Harrod is an American guitarist and singer who writes and performs bluegrass/folk music. Harrod's first album, Dreams of the Colorblind, was released in 1992.[1] Harrod's first album was coreleased with songwriter Brian Funck, with whom he played until 1998. The pair released three CDs, with their first studio CD (produced by Mark Heard) making it to number 38 on the CMJ AAA top 40 chart. The pair broke up in 1998, and only Harrod continued in the music industry. Since then, Harrod has released two albums, and has won several bluegrass/folk competitions, including the Chris Austin Songwriting competition in 2000.[1] Harrod continues to write music. He also continues to perform concerts around the country.[1]

Discography[edit]

Solo[edit]

Harrod and Funck[edit]

  • Dreams Of The Color Blind (1992)
  • Harrod And Funck (1997)
  • Live (1998)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Jason Harrod biography on Yahoo Music

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