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Mahoney Harris

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Folk/Pop artist, Mahoney Harris writes intimate, wistful but hopeful tunes. Her voice has been described as 'honest, charming and beguiling'.

Mahoney began playing guitar in the summer of 1996 while enduring a hot NYC summer. As soon as she could master a few chords she began writing songs and playing out at local open mike evenings around the city.

In 2009, with the help of Tom Healy (Paquin, Hannah Curwood) Mahoney recorded her debut EP, But They Do, receiving warm praise from music media.

Reaching her PledgeMe crowd-funding goal in February last year, Mahoney has recorded her new album We Didn’t Feel Alone with producer, Tom Healy, Wayne Bell and a handful of other talented NZ musicians. We Didn’t Feel Alone is due for release in September 2014.

“The main surprise here is Harris’ voice, which lifts the music to another level, recalling country-pop singer/songwriters of the late 1960s and early 1970s. The voice is charming, honest and beguiling – one that might not be heard on the radio, but should”. - NZ Musician Dec/Jan 2010 But They Do E.P.

Band Members:
Mahoney Harris
Wayne Bell
Tom Healy

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