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Wilson Harwood is a singer­songwriter from Boulder, CO. His music features banjo, guitar, ukulele and voice.

Influenced by artists such as Taj Mahal, Jim Croce, and Bela Fleck, Wilson’s songs cater just as much to the lyrics as they do to a masterful technique on the fretboard.

His debut release “Saturated In Sunshine” sounds like Jack Johnson mixed with Sublime and marks the first of two singles that will culminate with the release of an EP in Spring 2016. His more recent performances include live looping where the song structure of the singer-songwriter and the full sound of a band combine.

He has played alongside many great local songwriters in Colorado including the national touring act: Daniel Ate The Sandwich. His band Rocktin Grove has also toured nationally and played alongside such great acts as: American Authors, Marshall Tucker Band, Collective Soul, and Particle to name a few.

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Come out to Tin Cup Coffee in Nashville today from noon-2pm. I will be playing a full set with my loop pedal using banjo, guitar and vocal harmonies. ...

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This week's video is "Never To Late." This is an original song of mine that I am putting on the next record. Please let me know what you think in the comments. I appreciate praise and constructive criticism. The song is for Rocky and Mary Lou. They were a couple I met at a friends wedding and I was moved by their story of finding each other later in life. It is never too late for love. ...

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