"slide riff provides the perfect amount of dynamic diversity"

WOKE CHIMP Featured Single December 2020

Blind Uncle Harry, also known as Chris ‘Henry’ Doran, is a well established artist who comes from Bloomington Indiana. With a plethora of experience in the music industry, Blind Uncle Harry began his music career as a fiddle player before embracing the role of singer/songwriter. Although Blind Uncle Harry receives creative influence from a number of artists, he combines a variety of stylistic elements to form his unique sound. 

To date, Blind Uncle Harry has one album in his online discography: ‘The Gospel According to Blind Uncle Harry’. Some of his most popular tracks from the album include the likes of ‘Indiana’, ‘Sunny Afternoon’, and ‘Long Lonesome Tune’. With more than seven hundred followers on Facebook alone, there is no denying the fact that Blind Uncle Harry has developed a dedicated following of loyal fans.

Our featured single, ‘Christmas Day in Australia’ by Blind Uncle Harry, is out now and available on YouTube! The single lasts four minutes and twenty-eight seconds and sits at a steady 106bpm. The track commences with a twenty-one second instrumental introduction that combines a didgeridoo with an acoustic guitar progression; setting the tone for the instigation of the proceeding verse. 

The vocal color is stylistic and authentic; seamlessly matching the flow of the instrumental accompaniment. The harmonised layering of the second vocal with the main hook adds a depth and richness to the overall sound without detracting from the memorable melody. The subtle inclusion of the slide riff provides the perfect amount of dynamic diversity as it compliments the foundational instrumental layers. 

From the well balanced mix and creative instrumentation, to the authentic vocal performances, fans of Blind Uncle Harry, as well as those who appreciate new and creative music, will definitely want to hear this single. Make sure you follow Blind Uncle Harry on social media to keep up to date with upcoming releases and performances!


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