About Harrison Hudson
Hailing from Nashville, Tennessee, Harrison Hudson is comprised of Brandon Dees (Bass), Shaun Rawlings (Drums), and front man, Harrison Hudson (Vocals, Guitar). Described by critics as raw Americana, and by themselves as "no-frills" rock'n'roll, Harrison Hudson delivers melody-inspired rock. "We decided one day to keep things simple. Ever since then we've been a three piece band playing as loud and as hard as we can while still bringing a good melody." Front man, Harrison Hudson, got his start in Atlanta, where he recorded his first full length album, Angels on One Side...And the Other on the Other, with Jeremiah Edmond of Vintage Song Studio in 2006. Hudson had intended to be a solo project with a full backing band. However, when he moved to Nashville he began playing with Dees and Rawlings, and decided to permanently strip down to a three piece. The trio then wrote and recorded their first album together, Blood, Sweat, and Sweat, which was released in February, 2008.
Harrison Hudson shares musical roots with fellow Favorite Gentlemen band, Manchester Orchestra (front man Harrison Hudson has played alongside MO's Andy Hull, Jonathan Corley, and Chris Freeman in acts such as Sweet Lucy Brown, Tiger Society, and East On Autry, and bassist Brandon Dees briefly played bass for Manchester Orchestra). Harrison Hudson's music has been called a blend of the East coast â€” from southern twang to New York dirt, and everything in between. They are undoubtedly one of the acts redefining the sound of Nashville.
Alternative Country, Americana/Roots, Folk