Jason Harrod


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    Waiting For My Day
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    When I Get Home
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    I Went Dancing With My Sister
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    Messed up Everywhere Blues
Jason Harrod is a Brooklyn-based performing songwriter known for generous melodies and poetic lyrics.
After having made his mark as half of seminal Boston duo Harrod and Funck, Jason ventured out on his own. Over years of constant writing, recording, and touring, Jason has garnered a devoted fan base which has steadily grown over time. With each of his releases, Jason has grown with his audience. Harrod’s last full-length studio release, @Highliner, is a collection of 11 sweeping, cinematic travelogues, filled with quirky narrative detail and propelled by a honey-dipped tenor. Harrod begins performances by stating that he sings of "God, Women, and Geography." His songs, which defy easy classification, are filled with dry observations about relationships and passionate explorations of Faith.
In 2000, Jason won first place in the bluegrass category of MerleFest's Songwriting competition. The following year, he took first place in the North Carolina Songwriters Co-Op contest. Jason was selected as a spotlight performer at the annual Healdsburg Guitar festival in 2009, sponsored by Acoustic Guitar Magazine, and in 2010 he was awarded a fellowship by the International Arts Movement in the prize's inaugural year. In 2012, Jason received a Fulbright grant to teach songwriting to students in Thessaloniki, Greece.
Jason has lived in Boston, Durham, and most recently New York. He tours frequently throughout the US.


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