Archive for August 27th, 2020

Robert Harris – Road to Las Cruses

Detroit native, Robert Harris grew up listening to the music of George Benson, Stevie Wonder, Hall & Oats and the song writers of the seventies. It was there that his musical aspirations began at the early age of 12. At 16, he began playing guitar and within a year was playing throughout the Detroit area. In 1978, Robert made his way to the Seattle area. He spent several years touring the west coast before heading south to Los Angeles. Within a year of being in L.A. Robert signed with West Management & Record Company where they produced Harris’ first CD project “Don’t Wait”. Robert’s first solo smooth jazz CD “Cool Breeze” was released in 2004. Harris’ 2nd release “City Lights” received national recognition with two hits on both the R&R Smooth Jazz charts and the Smooth Jazz Indie Charts. Miami Sun Was his third smooth jazz album in 2010.

Robert is very excited to announce the new CD “Road to Las Cruses” is completed and ready for purchase. Most of you know that this project was put on hold for over three years while he successfully battled cancer. He wants to thank every for the encouragement, prayers and support over the years to complete this projects. He could not be more pleased with the final results. 11 songs, 9 originals and 2 cover tunes.

Road to Las Cruses is now available on Robert’s website.