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Summer Breeze and Camille Harp, away from the overbearing heat of the day.

Howdy, folks.

This has been a long week of moving and shaking, performing and recording, running and crawling, and talking and yelling, but thank goodness, it has come to an end. 

The band and I just got done performing a live set in Breathing Rhythm Studios, thanks to the artful film work of the guys from Mockingbird Media and studio owner Steve Boaz. These performances included special arrangements of "Parliaments" and "Before I Depart," featuring Justin Bloss, Kyle Reid, and Giovanni Carnuccio. These will be available online as the album is being released and supported.

This Sunday, Camille Harp and I will be performing at Summer Breeze concert series in Lions Park, Norman, OK, at 7:30pm. This concert is doubling as Camille's album release for "Little Bit of Light," an album which has wonderful songs, great arrangement, and her ever-so-sweet trademark vocals. Check out the press we've gotten for this one: LOOK AT OKC Article on John Calvin and Camille Harp

Also, Norman Performing Arts Council had this to say:

"Camille Harp and John Calvin are already performing veterans and musically mature beyond their years....She can offer a rock and roll honky-tonk tune one moment and a heartfelt love song the next, all delivered in a gorgeous soulful voice...John Calvin's talent shines across a broad range of styles, from folk melodies with harmonica and acoustic guitar to rollicking country-rock guitar leads to jazz standards and the blues. Together, Harp and Calvin weave their distinctive voices and songwriting styles into a rich blend of sound and spirit that speaks to everyone. They are local favorites at The Deli, both separately and together, and they rocked the stage at this year’s Norman Music Festival. They captivate audiences with their energy, expressive lyrics, and eclectic musical style."

More and more news on the horizon. Getting ready to get the album pressed and planning a release tour with a new friend from Oklahoma City with a down-home sound and a lot to say.

Hear from you soon,

John Calvin


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