Like most performers, Thatcher shows up from time-to-time in the news.
Over the years, he has appeared on television, on the radio, and in print.
Take a moment and get to know Thatcher a little better by exploring this archive of Thatcher Harrison programs and stories.
An open mic/coffeehouse is built not of brick and mortar but of musical passion.... Art Tebbetts would be happy to hear that....
Now he’s passing the favor along to the performers coming up at Cafe Arpeggio.
They are a diverse and eclectic group. There are “living-room pickers,” touring professionals, students, old-timers, terrified neophytes making their first public appearances — and even a 6-year-old guitarist named Thatcher Harrison, who blew the room away last Thursday with his rendition of “Folsom Prison Blues.”
Special thanks are in order to musician and long-time resident Charlie Cover, who entertained shoppers all afternoon long with his guitar and melodious and wide-reaching voice. Mr. Cover rocked shoppers and vendors who appreciated the variety of musical numbers and styles offered. Charlie’s showmanship came through as he urged fellow musicians to join him in several numbers in the community tent. A number of shoppers were found sitting on the grass in the middle of the afternoon rain storm enjoying number after number.
This Friday, the market is pleased to announce the return of another very talented young musician, Thatcher Harrison. Thatcher has appeared at the market on several occasions, and has proven himself quite capable of filling the entire music venue for the afternoon. Shoppers visiting on Friday from 1 to 6 p.m. will enjoy a wide variety of numbers ranging from light rock to contemporary pieces.
You are cordially invited to join veteran Dartmouth-based singer/songwriter and folk musician Charlie Cover and his musical guests for a very special holiday concert at the intimate and historic Dartmouth Grange. Traditional songs of the season, original tunes, and more! Charlie will share the evening with Joanne Doherty and Thatcher Harrison....
Thatcher Harrison remembers picking up a guitar and mimicking musicians he saw on TV when he was just three years old. That experience has influenced major life decisions for the now 15 year old, who will star in his own solo concert on February 11.
Harrison will only get two hours of stage time during the Paskamansett Concert Series at the Dartmouth Grange, and his goal is to cram as much variety as possible into his set. He started preparing a set list a several weeks ago, but it won’t be finalized until the day of the concert.