Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals



Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals
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Rating
Active
1992
Location
Pomona, CA, United States
Genres
Pop
Biography
Ben Harper (born October 28, 1969) is an American grammy-winning singer and songwriter. A native of California, he grew up listening to blues, folk, soul, rnb, and reggae. Harper's blend of groove-laden funky soul and folky handcrafted acoustics helped him to gain cult status during the course of the 1990s and widespread attention toward the end of the decade. Harper combines elements of classic folk singers, blues revivalists and jam bands and is embraced by critics and college kids alike. Harper's body of work sells consistently and he tours constantly, building a solid, dedicated fan base.
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Top Songs by Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals


Steal My Kisses

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Shine

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Burn to Shine

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Please Bleed

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The Woman in You

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Call It What It Is

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Woman in You

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Dance Like Fire

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Goodbye To You

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Suzie Blue

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Albums, Releases & Mixtapes


Spotify Sessions

Spotify Sessions

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals May 20, 2016

7 Tracks

Call It What It Is

Call It What It Is

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals April 8, 2016

11 Tracks

Pink Balloon

Pink Balloon

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals December 4, 2008

1 Tracks

Shine

Shine

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals March 31, 2008

1 Tracks

Live at the Hollywood Bowl

Live at the Hollywood Bowl

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals November 18, 2003

7 Tracks

Live From Mars

Live From Mars

Ben Harper & the Innocent Criminals March 27, 2001

25 Tracks

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