“He has an acoustic rock vibe with a splash of blues and country. His back-up band plays steel guitar (which one comic said was a magic trick performed on a piano) and a steel bass. He also plays harmonica on original songs like Escalator Romance’ and a bit of brilliance on a song about moving to DC from NY work the lyrics ‘Hometown, I hate you back.’” – DC Metro Theatre Arts

“If you haven’t heard him before, think folk and acoustic rock rolled up and double-dipped in Americana (with sprinkles on top).” – The Lifetrack

“Harris Face, the opening opening act tonight, actually made me giggle. He bantered. He explained his goofy lyrics.” – Brightest Young Things

“That was a great, powerful song.” [+ Show]
Kirk Ridge, WCOM Licks and Lyrics

… “…has only been performing for five months, which is quite shocking, considering how talented he is.” – Narragansett Patch

“Reminiscent of a fresh-faced, wide-eyed Dylan on his first ramble through Greenwich Village, Harris has a voice and songwriting style that is both humorous and insightful. He draws the audience in with a smile, he tells stories about chance encounters and encounters with chance, he talks of escalators… And he will make you laugh, while openly admitting his fears.” – Jonny Grave