Bop Harvey

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"Bop Harvey "

By spring of 1994 Bop (harvey) had performed almost 2000 shows together, cavorted with then‐new President Clinton, delivered one of the first‐season highlights of NBC’s Late Night with Conan O’Brien, released nine recordings, played every major city in North America and shared the stage with the likes of UB40, Squeeze, Black Uhuru, Jerry Lee Lewis, and a dozen other international heavyweights.

“Bop (harvey) was the first American band that I had heard successfully integrate American pop, R&B and funk with island and African grooves and form,” commented Max Weinberg, Longtime drummer for Bruce Springsteen’s E‐Street Band, Tonight Show drummer/personality and former president of Hard Ticket Entertainment, a division of then‐powerhouse BMG Records. “I flew out to Seattle and was blown away by the power coming off of the stage.” In no time the band was in the studio finishing up “Gitchee Gumee To Me”, their 1992 studio release.

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