Harold's earliest influences were that of Chet Atkins and Johnny Horton in the early 1960s, which led him to start playing his father's Silvertone acoustic. Har
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Harold Morton guitarist, songwriter, singer and stylist of many traditional and orginial folk and bluegrass songs. Harold's songs tells stories of life experiences and those who touch his heart and stick deeply in the memory. Harolds' Guitar expresses his deeply felt love for music and the years of personal enjoyment it has brought to him. Share the joy!!
On ocassion I play select coffee house, and acoustic shops.
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A small Beringger mixing board, Cakewalk Sonar, Roland BR8 protable recorder. Martin 1970 D 35, Medin L49 Acoustic ,Godin Classical, Fender Bass KY Mandolin, Mortone Fiddle, tender unkelue,