“Blind Uncle Harry is as real as it gets and a whole lot more people need to hear these songs. Think music can’t change the world? Think again." -INDIE BAND GURU

"...if you’re not hip to Harry yet, Visualize Industrial Collapse just might blow you away.” -INDIE BAND GURU

 "Imagine a 21st Century Woody Guthrie with an even bigger ax to grind and you’ll start to understand what’s going on here. He’s a more dangerous Bob Dylan equally comfy with satire and bleakness." -INDIE BAND GURU

“Visualize Industrial Collapse is the work of an outsider artist with a chip on his shoulder, a guitar in his hand, and the truth on his mind.” -INDIE BAND GURU

"stunning tracks... totally unique... riveting… Blind Uncle Harry will enthrall music lovers with his new album" -JUST FAME REVIEW  

“this is the sound of hope after the exploitation of humanity has stopped” -BEACH SLOTH REVIEW   

 “picture a world without racism, hate and war. Harry takes this perspective one step further, though, by expanding this simple slogan to include an ending to the whole capitalistic economic system" -CURIOUS FOR MUSIC

“a maestro of compelling introspective thought and witty themes” -WARLOCK ASYLUM REVIEW  

“…songs that are so fun, wonderfully raggedy, satirical, and occasionally silly that you can’t help but side with these stoner anthems and his gentle rabble-rousing and middle-finger attitudes towards the powers that be.” -DAVE FRANKLIN, DANCING ABOUT ARCHITECTURE REVIEW 

“Harry serves-up tales of corporate greed, lost souls and societal decline in his own unique coffeehouse meets college-rock style.” Former Billboard Magazine Columnist BOB SMITH, writing for STATIC DIVE   

“a master of satire” -EXCESS MAGAZINE  

“Known widely for his daring inventiveness and melodic charms, …Blind Uncle Harry continues to impress music lovers with his originality. Visualize Industrial Collapse is a winner!” -WARLOCK ASYLUM REVIEW

“Harry gives listeners a huge blast of his iconoclastic avant/Americana/conspiracy/folk brilliance on his new album Visualize Industrial Collapse.” -INDIE BAND GURU  

A big shout out and thank you to Nick “Wildcard” Harley, Peter “Eye Candy” Doyle, Ned Joyner, and Diederik Van Wassenaer, who were all members of the best band never to be famous, the Wonderhills. Plus Joseph “Dreamboat” Klatt, Antonia “Boom Boom” Davis, Mark Edlin, Nia Carlsgaard, Andy Beargie, Shelby Jo Everett, and Alex Burgan. All fantastic musicians and lifelong members of the Blind Uncle Harry family; they are largely responsible for the sound. Unless you think the sound sucks, then it’s all on me :) -Harry 



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"the bonus is the fantastic, humorous retinal stimulation of the video, which is just as brilliantly implemented as the music itself... rock music of the wild 1970s shimmers through" -Excess Magazine

"Blind Uncle Harry is sizzling... will blow away your senses and make your ears spin with his latest release" -Jimmy Rae, Skope Magazine

"If you’re looking for something fresh and polar opposite of mainstream, then look no further! …I can honestly say, without a shadow of a doubt, that I have never heard anything quite like Blind Uncle Harry and his recent song, 'Burn Down The High School'." -Jimmy Rae, Skope Magazine

"muses about the education system sucking the life out of the young." -Ethan Hrenko, Indie Band Guru

"Blind Uncle Harry is not afraid to make a statement with his music... Separating himself from much of the hipster folk-pop of today and aligning with much of the unique sounds and storytelling of 60s folk artists" -Ethan Hrenko, Indie Band Guru

"It’s the perfect blend of wit and wisdom, a sort of Arlo Guthrie for the modern age" -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture 

"As always, it’s great. It’s funny, of course, but offers up a more serious conversation about the education system, constant testing, academia and social hierarchy. Or that might just be me reading too much into it. That’s the great thing about Blind Uncle Harry, he might be some sort of prophet sent from above to re-order and awaken society, he might just be a high school dropout with a grudge, who knows…who cares, just sing along and enjoy the anarchy! -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

"And all this is delivered over a harmony-heavy slice of cosmic pop, a package of psychedelic grooves, widdly and wonderful guitars and ’60s, Day-Glo pop colors." -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

"fun, one-of-a-kind and rebellious" -Bandcamp Diaries 


"the music video is the cherry on top, with its animated content and unique visuals." -Bandcamp Diaries

"Blind Uncle Harry is Stealing the Show with his extremely compelling track 'Burn Down the High School'" -Jennifer Stone, Daily Music Roll

"His witty trait is utterly infectious... The entire video is a treat to watch." -Jennifer Stone, Daily Music Roll 

"the world needs more crazy cats like this dude." -Sleeping Bag Studios 

 "he’s unafraid to be the kind of disruptor that is really needed to shake things up & wake up the people out there listening. …Blind Uncle Harry is more about blurring all the lines and blazing up his own damn trail.” -Sleeping Bag Studios

 "Burn Down The High School by Blind Uncle Harry is the very best of vintage rock" -Warlock Asylum Music Blog

 "Undeniably joyous... features a gorgeous sound, one both intimate and raw" Beach Sloth Music Blog

"The sense of freedom, of rising above the expected, add to the giddiness of the piece... Harboring a gleeful rebellious streak, the song stuns thanks in large part to its blunt lyricism…" -Beach Sloth Music Blog

 "I really enjoy listening to Blind Uncle Harry; the music he creates is a certain kind of special that you want to keep coming back to." -Which Coast Music Blog 

 "Features hippie soloing all throughout the track, with a sound that mixes The Grateful Dead with Jefferson Airplane." -Curious For Music Blog

"Blind Uncle Harry doesn’t sound as much anti education as he does anti-establishment.  It’s as though he views education as a way of overly micromanaging young people, who would be much better off without the burden of formal schooling." -Curious For Music 

  "The artist is back with another marvelous single with a wonderful arrangement. Add to that the raw vocals and riveting tonality and you get a brilliant single titled Burn Down The High School!" -Just Fame Music Blog


"A sensational, folk-infused single." -SKOPE MAGAZINE

"This is an artist that truly has something to say, and, boy, does he say it well." -SKOPE MAGAZINE

"Listening to this track is akin to taking a spoonful of sugar to help the medicine go down." -SKOPE MAGAZINE

"What always amazes me when I get into the details of a Blind Uncle Harry track is the unwavering truth that resides in his lyrics." -SKOPE MAGAZINE

"Hitting with vitality and a raw, expressive style, Harry has been winning over hearts and minds all across the globe, and it’s all thanks to tracks like ‘I Just Want You To Know’. -BROKEN 8 RECORDS (AUSTRALIA)

“Harry has never failed to inspire or entertain, and with his new single, he’s continued to impress, extending his reach and proving beyond any shadow of a doubt, the power of one man and some really good music.”-BROKEN 8 RECORDS Score: 8.5/10

“I must say, Blind Uncle Harry is doing some great things with his music." -WHICH COAST MUSIC BLOG

"Harry ”never disappoints and 'I Just Want You To Know' is another spectacular addition to this artist’s brilliant catalog." -WHICH COAST MUSIC BLOG

"'I Just Want You To Know' by Blind Uncle Harry is the right message for a failing America." -WARLOCK ASYLUM MUSIC BLO

“a powerful message that is perhaps as relevant as ever, given the crazy state in which the world is seemingly free-falling into these days.” -THE BANDCAMP DIARIES


“This excellent studio work combines elements of rock, Americana and alt-country with a one-of-a-kind sound, similar in style to artists such as Neil Young, Tom Petty, Bob Dylan and Townes Van Zandt, but with a whole unique personality that transpires through the music.” -THE BANDCAMP DIARIES

"same old raggedy brilliance. You can always count on Harry." -DAVE FRANKLIN, DANCING ABOUT ARCHITECTURE

“A lilting rootsy tune shot through with spiraling fiddles, slices of choppy guitar and heavenly harmonies.”-DAVE FRANKLIN, DANCING ABOUT ARCHITECTURE

"Blind Uncle Harry once again knocks down the walls of conformity and challenges the herd like mentality with “I Just Want You to Know”. STREAMLINE MUSIC
“Harry can also be characterized as “the real McCoy” as he pens songs which come straight from the heart, unfiltered and not watered down in any sense. Whether he’s singing on serious, thought-provoking subject matters or incorporating his cagey knack for blending satire with a musical twist, Blind Uncle Harry is a recording artist sure to garner attention.” STREAMLINE MUSIC
“Also, check out the official music video to immerse yourself in the wondrous imagery of small-town Americana. Enjoy!” STREAMLINE MUSIC

"Sought-after folk-rock singer Blind Uncle Harry is rocking the scene of the music industry with his new single ‘I Just Want You To Know’ which brings a cosmic amalgamation of sharp vocals and electrifying drumbeats." -JENNIER STONE, DAILY MUSIC ROLL 

“ famous for his raucous live shows with audience sing-alongs and extended solos. The artist is defining a new journey of folk-rock music with several amazing contributions like ‘American Way’, ‘Song For Kori’, ‘Dopesmokers of the World Unite and Take Over’, and much more.” -JENNIFER STONE, DAILY MUSIC ROLL

"...a fantastic mixture of indie pop and folk rock" -Excess Magazine (Germany)


"'American Way' is one of those songs you fall in love with just after the first play." -The Planet Singer Review

"There are many artists that can be defined as unique and engaging, but no one can steal the listener’s attention, like Blind Uncle Harry. Gifted with incredible songwriting skills, this excellent musician and recording artists stands out thanks to his brilliant compositions, witty sense of humor, and lyrics that carry a strong message." -The Planet Singer Review

“Blind Uncle Harry is back after the brilliant album ‘The Gospel According to Blind Uncle Harry’, releasing another masterpiece that will enrich his unique discography!” -The Planet Singer Review

"The thick blanket of sarcasm makes lines such as “don’t you worry baby it’ll be okay… don’t you worry it’s the American way” all the more fun to belt along with." Skope Magazine

"Blind Uncle Harry is staying true to his authentic artistry with ‘American Way’ as he continues to boldly state his astute observations of the world around him. Yet, In good old Blind Uncle Harry fashion, he does so with a completely catchy hook, vibrant guitar licks and infectious energy" Skope Magazine

"This single comes off the back of his previous release ‘Song For Kori’ — a delicate depiction of an unjust and broken system and its harrowing consequences." Skope Magazine

"Blind Uncle Harry has the most astounding ability to pen songs that’ll have you moving and shaking whilst questioning the structures that surround you." Skope Magazine

"it’s an absolute anthem. His refreshingly raw and natural vocal lines allow you to truly take in the message of the track, whilst learning just why Blind Uncle Harry is such a beloved country artist storming the scene right now." Skope Magazine


American Way is classic sonic satire, a reminder that the American Dream is, for some, a living nightmare.” -Dave Franklin Review, Dancing About Architecture

"Not that there is anything wrong with saluting the flag, honouring people’s sacrifice, being proud of your country or owning a pick-up truck, a gun and a big hat. But there has to be something to balance that good ole boy, truck driving, leaders of the free world sentiment. Hasn’t there?

Well, now there is. Now we have Blind Uncle Harry." -Dave Franklin Review, Dancing About Architecture

"This talented music artist is churning out the authentic essence of folk-rock music with his amazing compositions of guitar and indulgent singing style. The latest track ‘American Way’ is the greatest example of his creative voice against the dystopian reality." -Celebrity Land Review

"a magnificent acoustic folk/blues guitar-solo creation that infects the airways with its vast palette of creative harmonies and instrumental narrative. …Thematically, the song tells the story of how we are conditioned to adhere to societal succeeds in leaving a lasting impression and necessitates repeated listens." -African Hype Music Blog

“This exciting new release captures the sound and feel of Americana, and it feels like a perfect representation of what Blind Uncle Harry is all about: a true storyteller with a passion for the classic sounds of America’s most iconic music”. The Bandcamp Diaries

"shows off exactly the powerlessness that so many Americans are feeling in this very moment… with a message that lingers in the mind long after the song has ended." -Beach Sloth Music Blog

“For some time now, the American musician Blind Uncle Harry has stood for musical quality and has presented one fantastic work after the other from his pen” -Excess Magazine (Germany)

“Here, in a sarcastic and at the same time serious way, the coercion of social structures in America is sworn off. …Again with fantastic vocals, this Americana Folk Song is a clear rejection of the system of coercion. …sticks directly in the mind of the listener.” -Excess Magazine (Germany)

"Conclusion 8 out of 10: For those who are fed up with the subjugation of arrogant authorities, this song is best suited." -Excess Magazine (Germany)

"Even tackling a serious topic like this one, it is easy to tell just how much fun Blind Uncle Harry has while creating the music he releases and that kind of spirit is undeniably endearing, adding a layer of authenticity to his music that many artists do not have." -Which Coast Music Blog

"If you have been following our articles on Blind Uncle Harry over the past year or so then it will come as no surprise that 'American Way' is yet another excellent track from this talented and interesting artist." -Which Coast Music Blog

"He echoes the folk-singers of old, way back when before everything had to be all slicked out with top-shelf studio production…when the natural sound of a guitar still held its true magic with the masses." -Sleeping Bag Studios

“Blind Uncle Harry has once again proven himself to be a songwriting genius with this title” -Excess Magazine (Germany)

“Because at the heart of it all, this is one spectacularly sweet, and exquisitely twisted tale” -Sleeping Bag Studios

“Blind Uncle Harry Speaks The Truth In Stunning Single ‘Song For Kori’” -Skope Magazine

"This latest single comes off the back of his astonishing album ‘The Gospel according To Blind Uncle Harry’ from last year." -Skope Magazine

"If being an artist truly is having something to say and saying it with style, then Blind Uncle Harry, in every dissection of the word, is an artist." -Skope Magazine

“Blind Uncle Harry Pours Out His Soul on Folk Single ‘Song For Kori’” -Artists Central


“A fable about the intricate moments of life, the struggles, the trials, the tribulations and the victories. Overall Uncle Harry has proved that simplicity is often the victor when it comes to songs from the heart and all the talking can be done with a voice and lone instrument.” -Artists Central

"A startling offering indeed." -Artists Central

An instant indie classic” -Anastim Ducray,

“The sound has recognizably 1960′s vibe. It reminds me a lot of Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground. ...Song For Kori manages to capture a kind of essence within the American zeitgeist.” -Anastim Ducray,

"It’s reassuring to know that indie music like this is still being made." -Anastim Ducray,

“He is a gifted lyricist, and a beautiful example of what it means to make music with passion and focus. …Highly recommended if you are a fan of artists such as Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan or Steve Earle, only to mention a few!" -Andrea Caccese

“The Way in which Blind Uncle Harry Captures the Complex Emotions of Such a Tragic Tale in this Song is Something Magnificent - and Tragic.”

"subdued and heart-wrenching… Blind Uncle Harry provides a one of a kind listening experience with each and every song and “Song For Kori” is a standout example"

"A folktale that reflects the dark side of American values ...a searing indictment, “where a man is worth more to his daughter/dead than alive” -Ratings Game Music

"A continuous theme for Blind Uncle Harry is to tell hard truths without sugarcoating" -Ratings Game Music

RGM RATING (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️)

“One of those highlights that complete his discography is the brilliant album ‘The Gospel According To Blind Uncle Harry’. But today it's about the story of Kori, who Blind Uncle Harry with nothing more than his high-pitched guitar arpeggio and his beguiling voice, which spreads brilliantly and angelically in the listening room.” Excess Magazine (Germany)

"A Stunning Folk Song with Amazing Lyrics" -Just Fame

“The multi-talented singer and songwriter Chris ‘Harry’ Doran aka Blind Uncle Harry continues to ignite the music world with his unorthodox inventiveness.”-Warlock Asylum

"This is one of the funniest and unique songs that we have ever come across." -Just Fame 

 a " folk-rock delight... [Harry] has an edge for using his music as a vehicle to create awareness. Blind Uncle Harry does it again!" -Warlock Asylum

"A modern marijuana anthem" -Which Coast

“'Dopesmokers of the World Unite and Take Over' is easily one of the funniest songs that I’ve heard this year.” -Ratings Game Music

 "Taps into folk’s very rebellious roots… I really get a Violent Femmes vibe from this track… this song is a treat and even a bit of a trip in itself” Which Coast

"when listening to Blind Uncle Harry, expect to have a good time." Which Coast

 An "Indie Folk Rock Anthem" -Anastim Ducray,

"One gets the sense this jam is a real hit at parties. The musical style is like if you were to blend 1880′s country with 1960′s folk, 1990s lofi and add contemporary social flair. Harry’s witty lyrics and mellow delivery are those of a true hippie out of time." -Anastim Ducray,

"You’re Going to Find Yourself Grooving Along To This Song." -Sam Reed, Indie Band Guru

"By the time ‘Dopesmokers of the World Unite and Take Over’ draws to a close, you’ll find yourself humming along with the catchy hook and in need of hitting that repeat button for another listen." -Woke Chimp

the "communal spirit feels absolutely awe-inspiring, [and] recalls a bit of David Peel & The Lower East Side’s “Have a Marijuana”. The same degree of joy from that 1968 album lives on with Harry’s loopy take on folk rock."  -Beach Sloth

"The famous Blind Uncle Harry never fails to wow the audience, and with his latest music video, he has just set the benchmark for creative artists out there in the industry. His versatile development, together with authentic lyricism, is the source of his immense popularity around the world." -African Hype

"And of course, the music is suitably ragged and raucous coming off like a campfire busk or a cosmic jam after a night on the weed, and it is all the more glorious for it." -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture 


“Christmas Day In Australia Is Set To Go Down As A Classic." -Camden Monthly 

"Genius Leap of Melodic Bliss" -Warlock Asylum

"A heartfelt piece of outsider pop ...vital and vibrant."

"Known for his inventive charm and daring folk-rock revelry, ...Blind Uncle Harry’s creative charms seem to never end" -Warlock Asylum

"This folksy untraditional Christmas song is the perfect heartfelt alternative to the customary holiday classics. …definitely shows off the chill, bluegrass, hippie-esque formula that [Harry] seems to be known for." -Shari Hirsch, Ratings Game Music

Blind Uncle Harry "writes singalong protest comedy songs which somehow manage to be all three of those things at once." -Bob Smith, Static Dive

"known for his biting wit and wise-guy wisdom" and as "a dynamic writer and performer. ...Harry has made a name for himself writing, recording and especially performing his unique brand of folky and funny social commentary." -Bob Smith, Static Dive

“Blind Uncle Harry taps into that wild sensation with his version of a holiday hit, ‘Christmas Day In Australia’” -Sam Reed, Indie Band Guru 


"…known for telling a great tale and usually a damn catchy one, Harry has pinned down a unique niche for himself. It’s safe to say that you can never truly know what’s coming next from Blind Uncle Harry, and that’s part of the undeniable charm."  -Sam Reed, Indie Band Guru

"I love the world that Blind Uncle Harry builds through the music he and his revolving door of musicians create" -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture Music Blog  

"It reminds me of a wonky, rootsy past, one resurrected from weed, wisdom and wide-eyed wonder, one that combines the most infectious sing-alongs with some deep and meaningful…occasionally deep and meaningless…themes, a bit like the way that Monty Python would bang on about Schopenhauer and then the next moment be hitting each other with fish! It is a place where cosmic country cool is soaked in a hippie hullabaloo and above all, where music is made for all the right reasons." -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture  

"Blind Uncle Harry is the kind of music experience that you are not going to come across every day. Through “Christmas Day in Australia”, we get just one taste of the artistry and musicianship that Chris “Harry” Doran and his band have become known." -Which Coast Music 

"...musically impeccable. One such example is the song Christmas Day In Australia… once again captivates with musical skill and melodic harmony unfolds its effect far away from any sterility. " She Wolf (Germany)


"...Might Just be the Strangest and Most Brilliant Album to Pass your Way in a Long Time." Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

“I think that the point of us being here is so that we can unify all the broken and conflicting bits of the universe through song, to attract the opposites, to drum up the primal musical forces and make them dance together in one healing ritual. If this is the case... then The Gospel According to Blind Uncle Harry might just be a sort of cosmic hymn sheet." Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

"There is so much I loved about this album." -Matt Jensen, Divide and Conquer Music Blog 

4.1 out of 5 - TOP ALBUM

"The cocktail of emotions for one were incredible. It’s an album that is tender, warm, earnest, heartfelt and so clever and funny." 

"Take for instance “D Chord Hammer Ditty” which was just genius." 

"On top of that the instrumentations and vocals are glorious." -Matt Jensen, Divide and Conquer Music Blog

"There are so many other great songs that combine fantastic wordplay and creative music. ...As the album progresses the band just crushed." -Matt Jensen, Divide and Conquer Music Blog


"I rarely find music that can feel this emotional yet not overly heavy. The balancing act of humor along with the more familiar emotions you hear on records rarely sounds this good. Highly recommended." Matt Jensen, Divide and Conquer Music Blog

 "Featuring strong bluegrass instrumentation coupled with vocal hooks and harmonies that will embed themselves within your subconscious for hours after a listen, this album does not disappoint." Woke Chimp

 "Fans of upbeat bluegrass country music with a twist of anti-establishment, politically charged humour will love Blind Uncle Harry’s new album!"  -Woke Chimp

"Addressing politically charged topics without reverence, the lyrical content of this album will assuredly appease the hardcore Blind Uncle Harry fans who revel in his poetic rebellion against mainstream expectation." Woke Chimp

"Harry's Wittiness is a Joy." -UrbfasMusic Blog

"He makes fun of pretty much everything mainstream American -- from the work ethic to all things conservative christian." Urbfash Music Blog

Some call Blind Uncle Harry the 'king of the sing along', and the album has plenty of opportunities for you to sing til your quarantined neighbors bang at your door" -Urbfash 


"My favorite track on the album is Hillbilly Hippie Haiku Heaven. The song plays on the strings of classic Americana music, with the finesse of folk, country, blues, and rock." Urbfash Music Blog

"…the album's sexy bluegrass instrumentation, catchy vocals and sweet harmonies provide some musical mental relief to our nation's chaos." -Urbfash Music Blog 

"Astonishing" -Skope Magazine

"This latest single [Song for Kori] comes off the back of his astonishing album ‘The Gospel according To Blind Uncle Harry’ from last year. One of my favourite soundtracks right now, this album consists of twelve tracks that ooze a sweet, soulful sound, all whilst making me ponder the nature of our constructed lives." Skope Magazine

"Blind Uncle Harry had me singing along with glee whilst contemplating the structures that surround me. For me, that is a match made in heaven." Skope Magazine

Harry "sure has a way with words on this clever, sometimes comical, and other times political record that all fans of Billy Bragg should familiarize themselves with." 8/10 -Take Effect Reviews 


"Innovative, especially when it comes to creating upbeat melodic textures, at times reminiscent of indie-folk acts such as Bright Eyes or The Tallest Man on Earth" THE BANDCAMP DIARIES

"blurs the lines between blues, Americana, gospel, and folk, going for a diverse approach. The beautiful opening track, “Long Lonesome Tune” is actually a great example. “Sunny Afternoon” is perhaps one of my favorite tracks on the album, due to its care-free arrangement and personal vocals. This track has a 70s vibe, but it also reminds me of some 60s alt-folk music, such as earlier Bob Dylan. -BANDCAMP DIARIES

"This is like bluegrass music that seems meant to make fun of bluegrass music... Savannah Kentuckiana "is a 'hoe-down Camper Van Beethoven.' I love the redneck guitar solo." -Music Street Journal

"A Delightful Trip" -Beach Sloth Music Blog  

“Long Lonesome Tune” sets the tone for the album featuring a blissful jaunty tempo. Going for a childlike sense of wonder is “Cry Me A Rainbow” whose inclusion of so much color feels profound. “Song For The Revolution” offers a different view of the sadness that consumer culture inevitably brings people.  

The delightful ramshackle of “Savannah Kentuckiana” explores the happiness that comes from truly embracing rural America. Incredible strings dominate the lovely “Strip Mining My Heart”. Quiet with a bit of reflection is “Sunny Afternoon”. Bringing things to a fantastic conclusion is the weirdness of “It’s All Fucked”.  -Beach Sloth Music Blog


“the electrifying singer and songwriter Chris ‘Harry’ Doran aka Blind Uncle Harry has a new single titled that will leave you in awe!” -Warlock Asylum

"fun, upbeat, and hilarious." -Skope Magazine

a "blend of hippie folk fun and bluegrass hoe-downing, sing along lyrics and groove along rhythms." -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

"For anybody who is looking to forget their worries, I would suggest listening to Hillbilly Hippie Haiku Heaven." -Skope Magazine

"Blind Uncle Harry unveils a crafty delight with Hillbilly Hippie Haiku Heaven that will keep you on the edge of your seats. The song’s upbeat vibe, stirring live instrumentation, and real-to-life lyricism make for a fun and memorable experience." -Warlock Asylum

"In a world of political correctness it is refreshing to have an artist unashamedly embrace their authentic and honest ideology without fear of a negative backlash." -Woke Chimp

"Hillbilly Hippie Haiku Heaven is a winner!" -Warlock Asylum

“lends itself easily to repeat listens, each time gleaming something new from the lyrics.” -Skope Magazine

"Infectious ...thought-provoking and unapologetic… Here’s a great example of what it means to make music without boundaries or barriers." -Bandcamp Diaries

“It sounds like it would be incredibly fun in a live setting… perfect for drunken singalongs.” -Skope Magazine

"This powerful attitude coupled with skilful songwriting and performing talent is without doubt what makes Blind Uncle Harry stand out to his fans. Known for boisterous live performances, solos and crowd sing-along moments Blind Uncle Harry is without doubt an artist who entertains." Woke Chimp

“simply bursts forth with so much love that it becomes impossible to resist …Best of all though are those unfettered vocals that ring proud and true. Volume is a must for this is a piece that yearns to be felt." Beach Sloth 

“The earth is flat, the super rich are dimension travelling lizards, the nazi’s have an underground base in Antartica..or is it on the moon, I can’t remember, and Arlo Guthrie once jammed with The Foggy Mountain Boys. Okay, there isn’t much evidence for the first three but Blind Uncle Harry is certainly proof of the latter proposition. The timing might not quite work and of course there is no documented evidence but just listen to Hillbilly Hippie Haiku Heaven and tell me that it wasn’t inspired by just such a meeting of madness and music.” -Dave Franklin, Dancing About Architecture

"Are we not all gay, lesbian, pansexual, transgender, potsmoking, acid trippin…. Hippies?" -She Wolf (Germany)

“...rule breaking, hands waving, unapologetic blast of living life off the cuff.” -Red Carpet Living Blog