Honey Harper makes country music for everyone : World Cafe : World Cafe Words and Music Podcast Hear Honey Harper's blend of cosmic country and southern rock in this mini-concert recorded live for World Cafe.

Honey Harper makes country music for everyone

Honey Harper on World Cafe

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Set List

  • "Hard To Make A Living"
  • "Tired Of Feeling Good"
  • "Lake Song"
  • "Something Relative"

Will Fussell used to say his band Honey Harper was "country music for people who don't like country music." Now, he believes Honey Harper is country music for everyone.

The band's new album is called Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky. It features a large group of collaborators like Mick Mayer, pianist John Carroll Kirby, Spoon keyboardist Alex Fischel, guitarist Jackson MacIntosh, pedal-steel player Connor Gallaher and TOPS drummer Riley Fleck to help Fussell and his partner, Alana Pagnutti, craft the album.

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