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Black Hills Faces Magazine

Whatever else you may say about Hank Harris, you have to admit that he’s outstanding in his field. OK, OK, he’s out sitting in his field… whatever. We give him a lot of credit for being in his field at all, what with the weather we’ve been having this spring. Hank may be the hardest working man in show-biz now that James Brown…
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South Dakota Magazine

By Paul Higbee

You’ve heard most of the 15 numbers on the new “Deadwood Songbook” CD, but not like this. Maybe you sang “Shortnin’ Bread” in elementary school choir, but in those days, could you fully understand the amazing bread’s rehabilitative and even aphrodisiacal qualities?
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Deadwood Songbook

Rapid City Journal
When Hank Harris released “A Deadwood Songbook” last year, he quickly realized that he couldn’t do justice to Deadwood’s musical history with only one CD.
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Capturing history, note for note

Rapid City Weekly News
Harris, a longtime South Dakota musician who’s perhaps best known as a member of the legendary country-bluegrass-rock group The Red Willow Band, has produced and recorded a second CD of music that was popular in the early days of Deadwood.
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Hank Harris presents “Deadwood Songbook”

Black Hills Pioneer
Rapid City – South Dakota singer/songwriter Hank Harris performs the real music of Deadwood at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 21.
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Deadwood’s old songs live again

Rapid City Weekly News
Buildings were few and far between on the dusty streets of Deadwood, a rough place where everyone was out to make a buck in the pioneer days.
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Changing Channels

Rapid City Journal
The long-time Black Hills musician, known for his work with D.D. & the Fayrohs, the Red Willow Band and as a solo artist, composed soundtracks for two South Dakota Public Television specials in the past two years.
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“Fantasy Land” covers new ground

Rapid City Journal
With his new CD, “Fantasy Land,” longtime Sturgis Songwriter Hank Harris steps out of the comfortable niche he carved with his past two discs.
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