G.S. Harper to take the stage this Saturday to debut fourth album, Sixteen Winters

Calling Sixteen Winters "the kind of album that those partial to country or those who prefer rock will like, but those enamored of both are bound to love", No Surf Music published its review of G.S. Harper's fourth album just days before the Cleveland show that will launch a national tour for the Texas-born, Cleveland-based singer/songwriter. G.S. Harper will take the stage at Aces Grille (Pearl Road, Middleburg Hts.) this Saturday night, July 26, to debut his fourth album, Sixteen Winters. The full band show ($5 cover) will feature the Cleveland area artists who performed on the record, with an opening set by California-based Alice Wallace

"Harper is a songwriter whose name deserves to be spoken in the same breath as Lucinda Williams and Mary Gauthier, Guy Clark and Jerry Jeff Walker, Steve Earle and Ray Wylie Hubbard..." writes Jason D. "Diesel" Hamad of No Surf Music. The review highlights the autobiographical nature of the songs drawing from Harper's Texas upbringing and 16 years living, working and raising a family in Cleveland and calls Sixteen Winters "a terrifically well written and well produced collection that features a bevy of Cleveland musical talent, including impressive performances turned in by Chris Hanna on keys, Dan Morris driving steel, Becca Rhoades sawing fiddle, and of course Harper himself demonstrating his guitar prowess."

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