Bad Spectrum/Harry T
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Bad Spectrum/Harry T

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Bad Spectrum/Harry T @ Sitar Restaurant

New Haven, Connecticut, USA

New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Bad Spectrum/Harry T @ OS Art House @ Johns Bar and Grill

New York, New York, USA

New York, New York, USA

Bad Spectrum/Harry T @ Nectar's

Burlington, Vermont, USA

Burlington, Vermont, USA

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Pitchell and Tork(The Monkees) tossed jabs and jokes around with host Ramblin' Bert as only old friends could, and they all agreed that music was the magic potion that kept them all so young.
Youth isn't a requirement, however, to enjoy the original music of Harry T, the young - almost 16 - upcoming musician who opened the show.
Already a prolific songwriter and guitarist, his music spans the generations with a sound that's both tradtional and contemporary at the same time. In addition to his solo CD, Harry T.'s new band, Bad Spectrum, has a newly-released CD. - By Susan Dziedzic The Broadcaster


Audio samples are on this EPK as well as at: or and
420 Blues
Autumn Lake
Blues for Michael James
Bring It Back
Forever Night
Hello Again
How Many Days
In Being
Is That The Way
Intrepid Traveller
Lady of the Lake
Life As It Comes Your Way
Long Time
Lost In Prisms
Magic Of Mine
Morning Reel
New Craze
Old Telephone
On The Inside
The World Doesn't Know
War Song
We Were Talking
Yesterday's Soul



Bad Spectrum's sound is energetic and dynamic—never the same set twice. There is a large emphasis on improvisation, but they don’t sound like your typical jam band. Aside from the rock and blues, they incorporate elements of British folk and Indian/Middle Eastern music to add different textures to their overall style.

No stranger to the New England music scene, lead singer/songwriter Harry T has appeared in years passed as a special guest with the legendary James Montgomery Band. With James, he has opened for BB King, Johnny Winter, and Dickey Betts. Harry has personally played alongside Steven Tyler of Aerosmith, blues legend James Cotton, guitar virtuoso Johnny A., Joe Bonamassa and G.E. Smith.

Harry T and Bad Spectrum have been featured on The Local Bands show at WPLR FM 99.1 in New Haven, CT,, WNTK, New London, New Hampshire, WHUS, UCONN - WECS, Eastern CT State College, WPKN, Bridgeport, CT, WUVM, Burlington, VT, and

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for the acoustic sound of Harry T