Fistful of Mercy

Fistful of Mercy

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Fistful of Mercy on KCRW

Joseph Arthur, Dhani Harrison and Ben Harper chose KCRW’s signature music show Morning Becomes Eclectic to debut their new project – Fistful of Mercy. The band performed an intimate, secret show for a small group of friends and family at the Village Studios, which we will broadcast for Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners at 11:15am.

Fistful of Mercy

Joseph Arthur, Dhani Harrison and Ben Harper chose KCRW’s signature music show Morning Becomes Eclectic to debut their new project – Fistful of Mercy. The band performed an intimate, secret show for a small group of friends and family at the Village Studios, which we will broadcast for Morning Becomes Eclectic listeners at 11:15am.

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