Thursday Jun 8th, 2023 @ 07:00 PM

Reggie Harris & Pat Wictor

Ticket Price: $19.50 ADVANCE | $24.50 DOOR


Reggie Harris is a singer-songwriter, storyteller, and world-renowned song-leader who uses music to promote inclusion and human rights. He is an expert on the music of the Underground Railroad and the Modern Civil Rights Movement, and is a powerful interpreter of the global music narrative. 

For over 40 years, Reggie toured the country as one-half of the duo, Kim & Reggie Harris, promoting joy, unity, tolerance, and peace through live music. He is in high demand for concerts, schools, residencies, festivals, and teaching workshops. 

Reggie has won multiple awards, including the 2021 Spirit of Folk Award and the W.E.B. Du Bois Legacy Award. His 2021 album, On Solid Ground, topped the FolkDJ Charts, and he is a rotating DJ on SiriusXM’s The Village. He is also a teaching artist in the Kennedy Center’s CETA program and co-president of the Living Legacy Project, which sponsors Civil Rights pilgrimages and online education seminars worldwide.

Pat Wictor is an innovative slide guitarist, singer-songwriter, and music educator known for his lean and poetic songs that honor and extend rural blues and gospel traditions. He was a member of Brother Sun, a powerful harmonizing trio, and has released several successful solo albums, including FLARE, a concept album about political division in America. 

Pat’s eclectic musical background and outsider’s perspective, gained from living in multiple countries, have influenced his musical style. He has won several awards and nominations, including the Falcon Ridge Emerging Artist Showcase and a Folk-DJ chart-topping album. Pat also teaches workshops on songwriting, guitar techniques, and music history.

Martin Guitar
Working Dog Press
Pennsylvania Council of the Arts