Harry Keyworth
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Harry Keyworth

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Flux EP released 2012

Flux- record of the week BBC Wales, Freshnet Favourite, Radio 6 Play.
'knew that day' Played on Radio 1.

all can be heard on https://soundcloud.com/harry-keyworth

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Born in the Wild West of Wales Harry started playing aged 6 where his father first taught him the 12 bar Blues. Since then Harry has grown up teaching himself the Guitar.
During his school years he Joined many different choirs which certainly bares an influence in his recorded work.

Not thinking much of University, he set out to travel around the world picking up experiences and influences.
Back from travelling Harry learnt how to build houses to pay his way and give him time to make and record music.

Harry's early influences include Blues legends John Lee Hooker, Muddy waters, and Howlin Wolf. His teenage influences were guitar manglers such as Joe Satriani and Steve Vai.
Later on Harry turned to the Acoustic Guitar as he felt he had a better chance to produce a more original sound.
Taking influences from songwriters such as John Martyn, Jeff Buckley,Jose Gonzales and Virtuoso's such as Andy McKee Harry has a unique sound mixing Highly technical guitar skills with skilful songwriting.
He started gigging in 2012 and has already played in venues all around the country, and he's looking forward to a European tour in 2013. Adam Walton BBC Wales was first to play him on the radio and first to review him after seeing his 4th gig mentioning that "this is a dawning of a significant talent"
He has also gained reviews from BBC6 Tom Robinson..."Virtuoso slap guitar tecnique, effortless songwriting, smooth falsetto vocals and warm rich production - what's not to like about songwriter, composer and session musician Harry Keyworth."
Since Harry has gained radio play on national radio including BBC 1,2 and 6mand is looking forward to a Busy 2013.