05.19.11 Live From XPN: Ben Harper In Concert at 2011 Non-COMMvention (Hear The Entire Set)

by kevin

Live From XPN: Ben Harper In Concert at 2011 Non-COMMvention (Hear The Entire Set)

LIVE FRIDAYS FROM XPN

Live Friday: Ben Harper In Concert:

http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html?action=1&t=1&islist=false&...

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See Full Story:

http://www.npr.org/2011/05/20/136280433/live-friday-ben-harper-in-concert

Set List
"Don't Give Up On Me Now"
"I Will Not Be Broken"
"Waiting On A Sign"
"Pray That Our Love Sees The Dawn"
"Rock N' RolI ls Free"
"Dirty Little Lover"
"Feel Love"

[34 min 52 sec]

05.19.11 Ben Harper On CBS's The Early Show

by kevin

Ben Harper On CBS's The Early Show

Ben Harper on CBS's The Early Show

Ben speaks to Erica Hill about his first solo CD in five years "Give Till It's Gone" and the inspiration for his song "Rock N' Roll Is Free" & performs "Rock N' Roll Is Free":

http://www.cbsnews.com/video/watch/?id=7366573n

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http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/05/19/earlyshow/leisure/music/main20...

A Ben Harper inspiration: Neil Young
Opening for rock legend stirred Harper's creative juices; Ringo Starr, Jackson Browne appear on Harper's new album

(CBS News)
From slow ballads to hard-hitting rock, Ben Harper does it all.

An unmistakable voice and unique style have brought the singer-songwriter worldwide praise - and two Grammys. He's done classic collaborations with the likes of Pearl Jam and Jack Johnson, in modes from gospel, to rock, to R&B.

But it was opening for the legendary Neil Young that led to Harper's to his latest creation. more»

05.18.11 The old days.....

by mandms_2968698

Just got on here for the first time in a few years and noticed that it has me as only being a member since 2009. Wow, I remember communicating with fans and friends and posting poetry 11 years ago on the old Ben Harper page. I still remember going to a PJ show in South Carolina durning the No Code tour and being introduced to Ben Harpers music way back in 1996 while we were all fighting for our minds ,the monopoly Ticket Master, and Strom Thurmond. I just priced PJ tickets for the Alpine Valley show this year and tickets range in price from $73 to $1,455. Wow, really? Times sure have changed. I will be loading a bus and taking as many people to the show in Sioux City Iowa as I can to try and capture what we as a family used to experience before the Cadillac commercials and 20 thousand seat venue sellouts. When clubs were the best shows because of the intimate feel and close nature of the group who followed. I am looking forward to sparking one up 15 years later and slithering myself to the front of the crowd just to poke a glimpse of who this man and music has become. more»