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Lifelong NYC resident Jesse Harris has an unrivaled ability to capture the perfect moment in time and space and effortlessly translate it into music & feeling.

Best known for writing Norah Jones’ breakout hit “Don’t Know Why” which sold over 20 million copies worldwide and earned him the Grammy Award for Song of the Year in 2003, Harris has largely spent his career behind the scenes. He’s written songs that were lovingly adopted and recorded by Willie Nelson, The Black Keys, Bright Eyes, M. Ward, Smokey Robinson, Melody Gardot, among other incredibly well-respected performing artists.

Harris along with the duo of guitarist Will Graefe and drummer Jeremy Gustin (collectively known as Star Rover) visited the Dangerbird Studios in Los Angeles to perform five songs from their recently released album No Wrong No Right, available now on Dangerbird.