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Josh Harty

Josh Harty

Josh Harty


Josh Harty ‘Long List of Lies’ (MRC cd) “One of the best young talents I have heard in years.” Bob Rhea, Minnesota Public Radio “Harty’s voice appeals to empathy for the forlorn… simply and subtly.” Wisconsin State Journal “One of Madison’s best singer/songwriters.” Dane 101 “Josh Harty is one of those talents who you’re not sure if you should applaud in adoration or strangle out of envy.” Duluth News Tribune Read more on Last.fm
Josh Harty ‘Long List of Lies’ (MRC cd) “One of the best young talents I have heard in years.” Bob Rhea, Minnesota Public Radio “Harty’s voice appeals to empathy for the forlorn… simply and subtly.” Wisconsin State Journal “One of Madison’s best singer/songwriters.” Dane 101 “Josh Harty is one of those talents who you’re not sure if you should applaud in adoration or strangle out of envy.” Duluth News Tribune “An American singer/songwriter prodigy.” The Nenagh Guardian, Ireland Josh Harty began playing music in his hometown of Kindred, North Dakota under the tutelage of his father when he was only six years old. From the beginning his music was marked by a love of gospel, country, and blues, and over the years Harty’s sound has mellowed into a catalog of original songs that is at once greater than the sum of its parts and most assuredly rooted in its origins. In a career that has spanned 24 years, Harty has graduated from playing nursing homes and Lion’s Clubs with his father, to opening for music legends such as Iris Dement, Kelly Joe Phelps, Robert Cray, and B.B. King.

On his second solo outing, Long List of Lies, Harty delivers on the promise of his immense and singular talent. Bob Rhea of Minnesota Public Radio has called Harty “one of the best young talents I have heard in years,” and Dane 101 has called him “one of Madison’s best singer/songwriters.” The Wisconsin State Journal has called ‘Long List of Lies’ “a more upbeat and measured album than his excellent ‘Three Day Notice’. One might go a step further and declare that it is his breakout album. Backed by a brilliant group of local Madison musicians, Harty has crafted a powerful and celebratory album that exudes the wisdom and contentedness that come with really living and really losing. ‘Long List of Lies’ is a testament to the beauty of dimly lit bars, broken hearts, and the home that we are all looking for, and it is the clearest indication to date that Harty is destined for national acclaim.

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