Harrison Country is an Americana group based in Annapolis, Maryland. Members include Don, Karen and Amy Harrison, Jennie Harrison Young and Lexi White. They are backed by extraordinary musicians: Bryan and Aidan Ewald, Josh Chapman, Larry Byrne, Brad Kimes and Brandon Bartlett. "Men in the House" has charted on National Indie Radio (WNIR) and on the Independent Music Network’s country segment, a syndicated radio program carried by stations all over the world.
The group's Founder, Don Harrison, has dubbed their music 21st Century Folk Music. "It doesn’t sound like the folk revival music of the ‘60’s – it’s folk music in a deeper sense. The people who created John Henry and Froggy Went a Courtin’ and Scarborough Fair weren’t trying to create “folk music.” They
were telling stories about their lives and the world in which they lived, using language that ordinary people could understand, with the instruments and music traditions available to them at the time. Harrison Country does the same. " - Don Harrison
Their debut album, Climate Change, is an eclectic mix of Americana that draws on the richest traditions of American popular music: Nashville, Chicago, Motown, Laurel Canyon, Memphis, Bourbon St., Big Pink and Broadway. When you take a trip to Harrison Country, you’ll laugh, cry, think, get in the groove and sing along. You might find yourself out with the girls on Saturday night, hoping all those Mr. Wrongs finally turn into Mr. Rights. Or laughing with a dad as he tries to referee the never-ending insult contest between his two teenage daughters. You’ll meet a man who can’t believe that the key to a woman’s heart is her nail-polish color. You might find yourself in a small-town church, singing along in a Nashville honky tonk, strutting down Bourbon St. or watching a musical comedy on Broadway. And no matter where you end up, you’ll never be too far from the Chesapeake Bay and its winding tributaries.