We have quite a few shows just announced!
Coming up June 30th in Knoxville we are playing the great WDVX Blue Plate Special!
Come on down to the Knoxville Visitors Center and watch live or tune in via WDVX.com if you’re not local.
July 1st we’re heading down to Athens, GA with our good buddies 6 String Drag to play at Hendershots. See ya there!
Lots more shows announced and upcoming announcements. You can always check our shows page, Facebook, instagram (also for behind the scenes hijinks) or whatever social media you prefer…we’re there!
You can pick up the vinyl version of “Vanishing South” at another Knoxville spot, Music Room Guitars on Kingston pike! Check ’em out.
As always you can order the CD or download via our band camp page right here: Mic Harrison Bandcamp
Date: May 6th
Location: Maryville, TN The Shed Smoke House & Juke Joint
Time: 1pm-11pm (Mic and The High Score go on at 7pm)
Info from Black Dragon Breakdown: The Black Dragon Breakdown is the south’s premier motorcycle show! This year, it features live music all day long!
The BDB will kick off at 1pm and go until 11pm with live music all day long. Hear music from Sneaky Tree, Jacob Stiefel, Pale Root, Mic Harrison and The High Score, and Chris Simmons!
There will be custom bikes, vendors, and plenty of biker games!
ABSOLUTELY FREE TO ATTEND!
Date: May 13th
Location: Abingdon, VA Wolf Hills Brewery
Brand new review of Vanishing South.
ROUTES & BRANCHES
featuring the very best of americana, alt.country and roots music
April 8, 2017
Scott Foley, purveyor of dust
Standing outside their tour van on the verge of departing for the road, Mic Harrison & the High Score resemble some scruffy fellows who have shown up to move your furniture. That’s the first good sign. There’s also the fact that Harrison launched his career as part of the short-lived but iconic alt.country outfit the V-Roys with Scott Miller, as well as serving with Superdrag. After a stint as a solo guy, Harrison gathered musical forces with guitarist Robbie Trosper under the present moniker, releasing a slate of quality alt.country LPs to positive critical acclaim (though they’d still have no problem showing up for your couch without attracting the neighbors’ attention).
The band’s new release, Vanishing South, trades in a strain of alt.country that’s more common on the stages of small town dives than on your favorite radio station or on the shelves of that great record store that doesn’t really exist anymore. Think Bottle Rockets. Blue Mountain. Maybe some of the rootsier dBs? A Mic Harrison & the High Score number is constructed from the guitar out, never more busy than necessary, but always smarter than you’d expect… (READ FULL REVIEW HERE)
Don’t forget you can pick up your copy of “Vanishing South” via our band camp page.
Our very own Mic Harrison was interviewed on 91.9FM WUOT here in Knoxville by the one and only Todd Steed. You can stream the interview here: http://wuot.org/post/mic-harrison-finds-hook#stream/0
We get pretty excited about RSD in Knoxville, we’re lucky to have great record stores in town.
This year we’re playing at the great Lost and Found!
Info from Lost and Found Records:
Lost And Found Records presents
the 10th Anniversary of
Record Store Day
It’s our favorite holiday of the year and we’ve got lots of cool stuff happening this year!
Here’s the music schedule:
6pm – Richard Lloyd / The Official Richard Lloyd Fan Page
5pm – Mic Harrison And The High Score
4pm – The Shazam
3pm – BARK.
2pm – The Canceled
1pm – Whole Wizard
noon – DADDY DONT
Ammi Knight will bring her The Fantastic Traveling Photo Stand for the day, and we’ll have hot dogs and refreshments all day.
Come find your favorite records and enjoy the day with us!
We’ve already told you that you can buy Vanishing South (Vinyl, CD, and Downloads) via our band camp page (right here).
Now you can also pick up a copy in a store near you!
Vanishing South is now available for purchase! Head over to our band camp page to pick it up in whatever media form you prefer.
- Vinyl-Limited edition of 300, 180 gram audiophile pressing, tip-on gatefold jacket, hand numbered.
- Digital Downloads
Great Story from the one and only Steve Wildsmith at the Daily Times Maryville
In the grand tradition of songwriting partnerships that include the “Glimmer Twins” (Mick Jagger and Keith Richards), the “Toxic Twins” (Steven Tyler and Joe Perry) and the “Jersey Twins” (Jon Bon Jovi and Richie Sambora), the two dudes at the heart of Mic Harrison and The High Score need a nickname of their own.
To be clear, the band is not a duo; if anything, the removal of the other guys — bassist Vance “The Exotic Hillbilly” Hillard, drummer Don “Donnie Hott” Coffey and guitarist Chad Pelton — from the lineup would cause the whole thing to crumble and collapse. But with “Vanishing South,” the band’s latest album the boys will celebrate with a release show on Friday at Barley’s Knoxville, the chemistry between Harrison and guitarist Robbie Trosper deserves to be recognized as something damn special….-Read Full Article Here