Harrison Kindy is a multi-genre writer/producer who hails from Ft. Smith, Arkansas where he started playing the drums at age two and had his first gig at five. Along the way he added in other instruments and played mostly at church until age 13 when he heard some of his first secular music like Steely Dan, Herbie Hancock, Led Zeppelin, J DILLA, & The Commodores. These influences inspired him to start writing and making his own music. A skateboarding accident in his late teens put him in a cast and kept him from playing so he turned to making beats and music on his computer. He spent the better part of that year discovering a whole new side of writing/producing and hasn’t slowed down since then.After a year at Berklee College of Music he realized Nashville was where he needed to be and he signed his first publishing deal with Major Bob Music in December of 2016.