Earlier this month singer-songwriter, Blind Uncle Harry released a new song entitled "Song For Kori" He describes the track as "a searing indictment of American values, where 'a man is worth more to his daughter/ dead than alive.'"
My heartstrings melt when he sings, "the best part of her everyday was when daddy got home from work, they would play. " Hie shares an intimate emotion and moment on the song. His guitar accompaniment adds a nice touch to the tune.
The Bloomington, Indiana crooner was born Chris 'Harry' Doran. The name Blind Uncle Harry came from his actual great Uncle Harry, who was a blind fiddle player. His uncle's willful determination and musicality sparked a life long appreciation of the power of one man and an instrument.
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