Wearing the self-described genre tag of “slap n’ soul,” Curtis Harding brings a wide range of influences into his soulful rock n’ roll sound.


 
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EPISODE WRITTEN AND PRODUCED BY JULIAN MARTLEW
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Wearing the self-described genre tag of “slap n’ soul,” Curtis Harding brings a wide range of influences into his soulful rock n’ roll sound. Troy Nelson connects the dots of his journey, from his early days in the church to Atlanta’s hip-hop scene and then playing rock n’ roll in Toronto until Harding found his unique sound. Find out how Cee Lo Green, Dangermouse, and Sam Cohen play a part in Harding’s path to If Words Were Flowers on this week’s episode of Live on KEXP.

Recorded 11/18/2021.

  1. Hopeful
  2. Can’t Hide It
  3. With You
  4. Explore
  5. I Won’t Let You Down

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