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Sir Harrison and the Blues Kings

by Sir Harrison and the Blues kings

blues, blues rock, R & B, Native American, blues pop
Genre: Blues: Rhythm & Blues
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Crazy love
3:52 $0.99
2. Peace of Mind
4:14 $0.99
3. Tribute
7:20 $0.99
4. Wishing for Yesterday
5:25 $0.99
5. Heart Beat
4:36 $0.99
6. Good Love One Love
6:46 $0.99
7. Color Blind
3:58 $0.99
8. I Cant Tell You Why
3:52 $0.99
9. Lightin Up
2:26 $0.99
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Sir Harrison was born and raised in Tucson, Arizona and is full blood Navajo (Dine'). He started playing music at the age of eight. His first instrument of choice would be the trumpet but it was an instrument his parents could not afford. His mother brought home a clarinet. It didn't matter what he played Harrison pushed his music ability, winning awards and keeping his first chair status.

It would be through the early years of High School before Harrsion would pick up his first guitar. His fascination with the guitar lead him to play many styles like Heavy Metal, Rock and Classical, but the one style of music he fell in-love with was the blues.

After graduating high school Harrison pursued a career in Video Photojournalism. Again, drive and ambition would take over and after five years in broadcasting he would become an award winning Photojournalist. His most prestige's are two Edward R. Murrow awards. During this time he was also mentoring and instructing for local educational programs. But, time has away of reminding you of whats important and the path you should be walking.

Sir Harrison first took the stage in 1999 at a blues jam in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Every week he returned the audience wanted more. It was time for him to learn, grow and work with other musicians on stage. His first band would take the name, "Colorblind", a power trio that was complimented by the tasteful bass lines of producer and recording engineer, Leo Okeke. In the summer of 2000 Colorblind brought the house down at the historic Cain's Ballroom during the Tulsa Blues Festival. The audience was overwhelmed by the soulful guitar licks and energy of Harrison.

All the years of playing behind closed doors Harrison was finally free to play his instument. He never stopped playing and never stopped playing the blues. The energy that Buddy Guy, Albert King, and SRV played with was from their soul. The music said it all and that's what Harrison was looking for. He found it in break-ups, hitting rock bottom, and the challenges of every day life. But, it's not all about sadness, it's the positve out-look on life, finding new love and living a life that you desire. To play music full-time was Harrison's new dream even if that meant leaving his career. He made that courageous decision in 2001.

The current release of Sir Harrison's first self-produced Cd is a show case of his over-all abilities as a musician, writer, composer, and producer. He took on this challenge to get an understanding of how the recording process works and what approach to take on his next Cd.

Sir Harrison and the Blues Kings was formed in 2004 in Flagstaff, Arizona. The band is fronted by lead guitarist and vocalist Harrison Begay. His current members are, bass player Jimmy Mack, hammond B3 organ player Tom McMillon, drummer? Still searching...

Sir Harrison's stage presents, performance and music has attracted a broad range of people. He guitar playing is straight from the soul. Some would compare him to Stevie Ray Vaughn, Jimi Hendrix, Robert Cray but, Sir Harrison has a unique sound. His guitar playing has a signature, a defined sound that is all his own.



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send me 3 cds (the greatest) and tickets to come hear you sing~
Your hard work has finally paid off. Congratulations, Harrison.


I love it!
I will definitley buy it and will recommend it to my friends


native blues and reds
Red is the colour you see when your eyes are closed and you are listening to Harrison Begay bend notes. Blue is the sky as you let his lyrics of realistic hope strengthen your worldview. A staple of KUYI 88.1 FM Hopi Radio's Beary Blue Blues Show on Monday nights Harrison is also up for a KUYI Listener's Choice Award. Vote online here:

trudy.....aloha from hawaii

hot sexy blusey, the best!
I love this cd, the blusey sexy guitar and sir's voice, makes me want to melt.
I'ts so worth it any of you wondering if there's only one good song, no the whole cd is good! And cd baby you'all have alot of class in how you treat your customers, and the service was fast and easy!

Tom and Debi from Phx

EXCELLENT -Do yourself a BIG favor- GET THIS CD!!!
Sir H and his band cooks up some great music on this one!! Excellent vocals and outstanding guitar playing- with lots of feeling. This CD is long overdue from an outstanding musician!! We highly recommend this CD- Do yourself a BIG favor- GET THIS CD!!!