Ben Harper

Ben Harper

singer-songwriter and musician

Band

Band:
Ben Harper – Vocals, Guitar
Juan Nelson – Bass, Vocals
Oliver Charles – Drums, Vocals
Leon Mobley – Percussion, Vocals
Michael Ward – Guitar, Vocals
Jason Yates – Keyboards

Ben Harper on KCRW

Ben Harper returns to our studio after reuniting The Innocent Criminals and releasing their first studio album in eight years.

Ben Harper

Ben Harper returns to our studio after reuniting The Innocent Criminals and releasing their first studio album in eight years.

from Morning Becomes Eclectic

Ben Harper is no stranger to the blues and, when he teams up with harmonica master Charlie Musselwhite, sparks fly.

Ben Harper and Charlie Musselwhite

Ben Harper is no stranger to the blues and, when he teams up with harmonica master Charlie Musselwhite, sparks fly.

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Last year, all 75,000 three-day passes for the  Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival  sold out in less than a week.

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Last year, all 75,000 three-day passes for the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival sold out in less than a week.

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