Zac Harmon in Twangville
Good music speaks for itself. Long-time session- and side-man Zac Harmon, who produced and wrote music for artists as varied as Black Uhuru and The O’Jays, has made some good music after launching his young solo blues career.
Hailing from Jackson, Mississippi, Harmon spent a number of years playing with soul-blues artists like Z.Z. Hill and Dorothy Moore when they toured the South. In the 1980s he moved to Los Angeles where he became a studio fixture. He developed his talents and made some great connections, but it wasn’t until 2002 that he launched his blues career with Live at Babe and Ricky’s Inn. Since then he has released a handful of albums on independent labels, including the well received From the Root in 2009...