Born in upstate New York, Jack Harris has always been drawn to music. Early on he was exposed to songwriters like Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen, and their ability to tell stories through songs inspired Jack to do his own writing. His passion for creating music began when he was 11 years old, on his family's desktop computer. He spent most of his free time on Garageband, learning to write MIDI tracks and create original beats and melodies. Although his production skills have advanced far past Garageband, Jack still produces most of his songs on his laptop integrating Logic Pro X and Pro Tools. Jack taught himself to play guitar when he was 15, and that is when his passion for songwriting truly took off. Jack's style is a combination of acoustic pop, alternative, and some hints of folk. His music is similar in style to artists like Noah Kahan, Niall Horan, and Shawn Mendes. He writes catchy hooks accompanied by deep meaningful verses that often tell stories of Jack's own experiences. Jack is now based primarily in Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio. Jack has performed live at The House of Blues in Cleveland and The Beachland Ballroom, among other places.
(Photo creds: Bobby Housel Photography)