Thor Harris

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Thor Harris
Born(1965-02-07) February 7, 1965 (age 49)
GenresRock, Folk rock, Indie rock, lo-fi music
OccupationsPercussionist, carpenter, art instructor
InstrumentsDrums, hammer dulcimer, xylophone, glockenspiel, vibraphone, clarinet, water bowls, found instruments and homemade instruments.
Years active1986–Present
Associated actsShearwater (2001-present)
Bill Callahan (2005-present)
Devendra Banhart (2004)
The Angels of Light (1999-2001)
Rebecca Cannon (1995-present)
Rob Halverson (1993-present)
Lisa Germano
Gretchen Phillips
Swans
 
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Thor Harris
Born(1965-02-07) February 7, 1965 (age 49)
GenresRock, Folk rock, Indie rock, lo-fi music
OccupationsPercussionist, carpenter, art instructor
InstrumentsDrums, hammer dulcimer, xylophone, glockenspiel, vibraphone, clarinet, water bowls, found instruments and homemade instruments.
Years active1986–Present
Associated actsShearwater (2001-present)
Bill Callahan (2005-present)
Devendra Banhart (2004)
The Angels of Light (1999-2001)
Rebecca Cannon (1995-present)
Rob Halverson (1993-present)
Lisa Germano
Gretchen Phillips
Swans

Thor Harris (born February 7, 1965) is a musician, painter, and carpenter.[1] He is the percussionist for Shearwater (2001–present), a band from Austin, Texas. He has performed with Bill Callahan, The Angels of Light, Lisa Germano, Gretchen Phillips, Devendra Banhart, Rebecca Cannon and Swans. He has recorded 6 instrumental albums with the Austin producer Rob Halverson.

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  1. ^ Ken Lieck (January 21, 2000). "Hammer of the Gods". The Austin Chronicle. Retrieved October 30, 2013. 

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