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White Hat is the debut by Big Harp, the married duo of Christopher Senseney (guitar, vocals, keyboards) and bassist Stefanie Drootin-Senseney (formerly of The Good Life). The duo’s sound is an Americana mashup of honky-tonk piano, finger-picked acoustic guitar, and bluesy electric licks backed by the steady drumming of Squirrel Nut Zippers’ Chris Phillips. Senseney’s deep drawl and deadpan delivery has a soothing presence, and Drootin adds some tasteful harmonies, although she sings too infrequently considering how well their voices sound together. They mix up the tempos with a blend of countrified front-porch strummers (“Goodbye Crazy City,” “Steady Hand Behind the Wheel,” the title track), blue-eyed soul (“Here’s Hoping,” “Let Me Lend My Shoulder”), a touching ballad (“Oh Nadine”), and a catchy Latin-tinged shuffle (“Out in the Field”), all performed with style and laid-back charm. White Hat is a notable first effort that’s easy to fall for.

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Saddle Creek does no wrong

Excellent debut by Saddle Creek's newest indie folk artist Big Harp. The band has very genuine songwriting, and the instruments sound so raw like they are being played live in an old western bar. Favorite songs are Out In the Field, Steady Hand Behind the Wheel, and Goodbye Crazy City.


Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '10s

L.A.-based alternative country Americana duo Big Harp are comprised of husband and wife Chris Senseney and Stefanie Drootin. Both had been active in bands on the Omaha indie scene -- Senseney as part of the group Art in Manila while Drootin performed with the Good Life, Bright Eyes, Azure Ray, She & Him, and others -- when they met, fell in love, and began raising a family. Music was never far from the center of things, though, and the pair recorded a debut album, White Hat, with Rilo Kiley's Pierre...
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