DJ Harrison

DJ Harrison

"Harrison's place on the throne is untouchable" Album of The Year

DJ Harrison, aka Devonne Harris, is a Grammy Award-nominated solo musician,
producer, and multi-instrumentalist. His latest album Tales from the Old Dominion
came out on Stones Throw at the end of 2021, and has and has been supported by the likes of Tyler, The Creator, Benji B, Jamz Supernova, Crack Magazine, The Vinyl Factory, and Okay Player. The album was written as the Black Lives Matter protests of 2020 unfolded in America, and pays tribute to Harrison’s hometown of Richmond, VA: to the culture that gave root to gospel, blues, jazz and R&B, and to the thriving scene in the city today, where Harrison is a centre of gravity.

DJ Harrison has created a vast catalogue of compositions under his producer
moniker, including collaborations with Phonte, Steve Arrington, and Joyce Wrice. He has also contributed to music for artists such as Jack White, Natalie Prass, Sherman Holmes, and Kurt Elling for the Grammy Award-nominated album Superblue. Along with this, Harrison is a member of the band Butcher Brown, a “garage punk jazz funk” group who have recently toured the UK & Europe, playing at London’s legendary Ronnie Scotts.

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