The L.A. husband and wife duo of Chris Senseney and Stefanie Drootin-Senseney make up the core of Big Harp, who recently became a full-fledged three piece, with the addition of drummer Daniel Ocanto, for their third album Waveless. The new album finds the band exploring a more rock-oriented sound than their previous two.
With songs like “Diev,” “Numbers,” “Golden Age,” and “Image” all receiving specialty airplay in the weeks since the album’s release, I was happy to have the opportunity to sit down with Chris and Stefanie for our latest SubModern Session. You can hear them talk about the history of the band, what it’s like to tour with their kids, Stefanie pulling double duty with The Good Life, and most importantly hear them play acoustic versions of some of their tunes. Listen to this exclusive performance and interview HEREand share it with your listeners on your station’s website or social media. If you’re interested in airing this or any SubModern Session on your show, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Big Harp heads back out on tour this November, through the Midwest and West Coast, with The Good Life. Find dates and see videos for “Numbers” and non-album single “It’s A Shame” at BigHarp.com..
~ By Joey Odorisio