Chad Harvey is this week’s guest on The Art Of Conversation Podcast.
On The Show
Chad Harvey talks with The Art Of Conversation Podcast host, Art Eddy about his new album, Run From The Sound, fatherhood and so much more. Chad shares with Art about his creative process when it comes to music and how fatherhood has inspired his music. Chad talks about the values he is looking to instill in his children and the moment he found out he was going to be a dad.
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About Chad Harvey
Every once in a while a singer-songwriter comes along that moves people to action—not necessarily a message to politicians for peace in wartime but instead a holler to the wallflowers to grab a cold beer and cut the rug at the local honky-tonk, sometimes a call to an estranged lover to come home—Chad Harvey is a songwriter whose songs do all of these things and more.
Chad Harvey is a true American original born in Evansville, and raised in nearby Lynnville—that’s Southern Indiana to the uninformed—just down the highway from Indiana’s most famous musical export, John Mellencamp. . . an artist to whom Harvey has been compared. However, Harvey is far from a knock-off, Harvey delivers his self-penned emotive stories with an inimitable whiskey-stained voice. “Heyburn,” inspired about the small town of Heyburn, Idaho, spotlights Harvey’s ability to capture the voice of the many living in small towns across America and its because he was one of them. “This song idea came from a friend of mine, Craig Smith. He was traveling through Idaho and stopped for the night in Heyburn. He called me that night and told me about the place and how there was not much going on in the town, and how he imagined that if he lived there, he would want to get out. This struck a chord with me as it reminded me exactly of my hometown of Lynnville, Indiana. A small town of about 500 people in Southwestern Indiana that was built in the middle of the coal mines. Growing up there, all I wanted to do is get out and see what else was out there in the world.”
Run From The Sound, the title track off the new album, brings an introspective Tom Petty lyrical approach with a Mike Campbell-style approach to the guitar tracks. The vitality of Chad’s live shows is captured in Run From the Sound standouts such as “Heyburn,” “Rescue Me,” “Run From The Sound” and “Nashville Intermezzo.”
Follow Chad on Twitter at @Chad_Harvey and go to his website at chadharveymusic.com.
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