John Harris is  dark folk acoustic musician from Syracuse, NY that has opened for national acts such as Trapt, Smile Empty Soul, The Veer Union, and Austin John Winkler. John's debut album Wake the Dead was nominated for a Syracuse Area Music Award (SAMMY) and his sophomoric album A New 10 came out on April 13, 2018, and his third album came out on January 19, 2019. John plays with his backing band The Otherworldly Entities, supported by Shane Reed, Matt Raymond, and Zlatko Grozl. Keep an eye on their upcoming live shows!

LATEST NEWS

DICHOTOMY

Out now!

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LIVE IN 2019 

We have a lot of shows coming up in 2019 so keep an eye out on our LIVE page for upcoming dates!

There are also plenty of new LIVE videos up on the VIDEOS page

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NEW SHOP 

There's a new SHOP open with merchandise and albums available for purchase including the new "What Happens Next?" t-shirt

 

NEW ALBUM

DICHOTOMY is officially released! You can buy it through Band Camp, through this website, or stream it on all popular streaming services! 9 months in the works, this double CD set is very different from the first two albums so buy or stream it now!
 

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MEET the BAND

John will be playing full electric sets joined by Zlatko Grozl, Matt Raymond, and Shane Archer Reed as the Otherworldly Entities featuring some new material off of the upcoming album DICHOTOMY. 

 

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MUSIC VIDEO

The music video for FOR YOU is out now! There are a whole bunch of music videos out from every song released from DICHOTOMY so far, so go check them out!

Head over to the VIDEOS page to see them


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John Harris Live

John Harris and the Otherworldly Entities at The Palace Theater on October 31, 2018 in Syracuse, NY. Photo by Christopher Graham