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T. Hardy Morris

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Fresh outta high school, T. Hardy Morris caught his first show at the historic Georgia Theater in Athens. Up on stage, the late Vic Chesnutt (backed by members of Widespread Panic) played a benefit concert in the memory of Lee Lawrence, a locally renowned sound engineer from Morris’s hometown who had died in a tragic tour van crash.
The sonic energy and raw emotion that night solidified in Morris the same call to adventure that had launched other Athens-born bands (R.E.M, B-52's, The Drive-By Truckers, The Elephant 6 Collective, and more) and put the artsy college town on the map.
“A lot of southern artists who might not feel quite right in their hometowns migrate to Athens. Drawn here by the sound of a weird Southern heart, I guess,” Morris said. “I knew I had to live there.”
At its heart, Morris’ third solo-record, “Dude, The Obscure,” released via the New West Records imprint Normaltown Records, captures the Athens songwriter contemplating the paradox of everyday life. In captivating songs, Morris sheds the traps of ambition and nostalgia and uncovers the strange satisfaction of living in the moment.

 

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