Judd Harris Singer/Songwriter


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Though among the first to go from last season’s final 24, Judd Harris’s high energy earned him a devoted following on Internet forums. . . . Back in New York, the New Orleans native fronts funk-rock band Visible From Space, performing original tunes as well as a killer cover of Tower of Power's ‘What Is Hip?’ Who’d wanna see Carrie Underwood do that?
The Village Voice
“Best Funkin’ American Idol Reject”
About Judd

From NOLA to NYC to the Caribbean

Judd Harris is a New Orleans native, American Idol Season 4 finalist, and singer/songwriter. He’s been featured in Rolling Stone, The Village Voice, People Magazine, CNN, and The Times-Picayune and his voice has been heard in numerous television shows and commercials. He’s opened for Wyclef Jean and Jesse McCartney, and his “Baby Grand” duet with Billy Joel went viral on TikTok, with half a million views. In 2016, he left New York City for the white sand beaches of Las Terrenas, Dominican Republic. Now he’s partnered with producer David Schoenwetter (Norah Jones, Rufus Wainwright, Death Cab for Cutie), Grammy award-winning mastering engineer Randy Merrill (Taylor Swift, Harry Styles, Adele) and session musician Leo Abrahams (Brian Eno, Harry Styles, Regina Spektor) to record the music he’s been writing on his Caribbean adventure.




"Take Me Down"

Have you ever thought you were overdue for a beach vacation? This song is for you.

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