Face Your Fear
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Curtis Harding from Atlanta played in various bands, was in the gospel choir with his sister and mother and recorded his solo debut "Soul Power" on the side. In 2014, with a mixture of soul, blues, garage, gospel, disco and funk, this not only thrilled the audience and the critics ("the artist you need to know"), but also found prominent fans in Iggy Pop and Jack White..
The "Rolling Stone" predicted a great future - and with his second album Harding can confirm this advance praise. On "Face Your Fear" Harding delves deep into the sixties and conjures up the ghosts of Otis Redding, Curtis Mayfield, Sam Cooke, Bo Diddley and BB King. Like the great Motown stars of the sixties, he succeeds in transforming lived pain and true joy into a sound that opens the heart of every listener.