Rolling Stone - Watch Ben Harper Rehearse Poignant New Songs With Innocent Criminals
Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 2:15pm PDT
"They were calling it an incident," Harper recalls of each case. "And I said, 'Well, that's not really an incident. That feels like, looks like and smells like murder to me.'" - Ben Harper interview with Steve Appleford. Watch on Rolling Stone.
24 Apr 2016
Live webcast from SweetWater 420 Fest
Sunday, April 24, 2016 at 11:00am PDT
The SweetWater 420 Fest webcast is underway! Pay what you want to watch and catch Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals tonight live at 8:30pm EDT on Tourpedo.
We are pleased to announce Ben Harper & The Innnocent Criminals will perform accompanied by the Los Angeles Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl on Friday, August 19. Very special guest City and Colour will open.
Presale tickets are available now at Ticketmaster using password HB2016.
General public onsale starts Sunday, May 1 at 10am PDT.
09 Apr 2016
Live from The Fillmore Philly
Saturday, April 9, 2016 at 11:00am PDT
Watch BHIC live in concert tomorrow from The Fillmore Philly at 9:15pm ET exclusively on Yahoo Music!
"I think that the songs that we've chosen really have a reflection of who we are as a makeup of this band." - Leon Mobley on the making of "Call It What It Is."
07 Apr 2016
Tavis Smiley Interview tonight
Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 5:00pm PDT
Don’t miss Ben’s interview tonight with PBS’ Tavis Smiley. (Check local listings for airtime.) He discusses the new album Call It What It Is, ahead of tomorrow’s release date!
07 Apr 2016
Rough Trade In-Store Friday
Thursday, April 7, 2016 at 4:45pm PDT
Purchase the new Ben Harper & The Innocent Criminals CD or LP "Call It What It Is" starting at 11am on April 8 at Rough Trade NYC to receive 1 wristband for performance and signing that evening at 6:30pm.
USA TODAY - "Ben Harper sees 'open road' ahead for the Innocent Criminals"
Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 8:15am PDT
"Harper's new album, Call It What It Is — his first with the Innocent Criminals, the band he formed in the early '90s, in nine years — offers its share of pointed commentary. Harper has had personal experience with racial profiling: 'I don't think there's one black person you could talk to who hasn't experienced it,' he says."
"Ben Harper Surprises His Biggest Fan, and Catch a Sneak Peek of His New Song. He plays his latest track, talks about his fans, and discusses why he thinks a car stereo is as important as a guitar amp."