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Ben Harper

Ben Harper

Jun 29th 2018 @ Sasktel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival

Saskatoon, Canada
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About Ben Harper
Genres:
Blues, Folk, Folk Rock, Alternative
Hometown:
Claremont, CA

BEN HARPER & CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE BIOThere’s a moment in the title song of the new Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite album called No Mercy In This Land. A mere few second...
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Friday, June 29th, 2018
7:00 PM
Sasktel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival
Saskatoon, Canada
23 RSVPs
Ben Harper & Charlie Musselwhite
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About Ben Harper
Genres:
Blues, Folk, Folk Rock, Alternative
Hometown:
Claremont, CA

BEN HARPER & CHARLIE MUSSELWHITE BIOThere’s a moment in the title song of the new Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite album called No Mercy In This Land. A mere few second...
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Fan Live Reviews
September 2nd 2018
Amazing. Great venue. Felt like everyone was able to be close enough to feel like part of the show. The drummer was good. Charlie brought a lot to the show, and Ben puts everything into it. The two covers, ‘Yer Blues’ and ‘When the Levee Breaks’ were perfect for them. Truly great show.
Ben always delivers a beauty show and Charlie was simply incredible. A true legend. The band was grooving and Jimmy Paxton on drums was a show in himself.
Ben Harper was stunning ! What a genuine artist - very talented and very real! And Charlie Musselwhire - OMG what a legend - so full of soul and blues - he embodied the joy of music! Don’t miss these guys !!!
Bernardo
Chicago, IL@
Petrillo Music Shell
July 3rd 2017
I am a big fan of Bem Harper, but this show was not great. Very short, no encore. Maybe the festival organization is to blame.
Gilles
Edmonton, Canada@
Northern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium
March 29th 2017
Can't rave enough about this wonderful artist. The venue (Jubilee) was awesome as well. Beautiful night out with the s/o.
Timmothy
Riverside, CA@
Fox Performing Arts Center
March 7th 2017
Ben Harper and the Innocent Criminals are one of the best live bands ever. They always put on a tight show. The Will to Live was the first song and it tore the roof off! The hometown crowd was electric and Ben said how much he loved playing for so many people he's known for years. All the changes were right on time. If the infectious groove of Juan's bass doesn't get you moving, Leon Mobley's syncopated percussion all over the reggae beats definitely will. Ben always does a great job with song selection and this time was no different. He interspersed acoustic songs into his set to give the crowd a chance to catch their breath. I've seen Ben six times and this was the best.The opening act; Tom Ford was very good too.
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