This year marks the 30th Anniversary of Harry’s passing. I’ve been thinking about Harry a lot lately. I have written two blog posts this year alone about Harry Chapin, one about his second recording, Sniper and Other Love Songs and one about his third recording, Short Stories.
I plan to publish more concert and personal memories about Harry Chapin soon. I was very fortunate to meet Harry Chapin on several occasions. He was a warm, wonderful, obliging person. If I can ever find the interview I did with him at Paul Leka‘s Connecticut Recording Studio I will publish that as well.
I hope you will enjoy these two pages scanned from my music concert scrapbook. In the mid-seventies I too was a FM jock on a couple of college radio stations. I also wrote music articles for a local free entertainment magazine known as The Entertainer. I included the two articles I wrote in 1974 about Harry Chapin for this post.
I saw Harry Chapin and his band recording Verities and Balderdash in Bridgeport in 1974. That’s another story for another day 😉
As Harry always said, “Keep the Change”. 🙂