Curtis Harding is one of the best rock and R&B artists of our time. Born and raised in
Saginaw, Michigan, Curtis experienced the stage at a very young age, by his mother's
side, who was also an artist. He later settled in Atlanta and there he began his career.
His strong and striking voice earned him some collaborations with Outkast and Cee-lo
Green (in this case, a multi-chapter collaboration). From 2011 onwards, Curtis' career
started a new chapter when he met Cole Alexander, Black Lips' guitarist. They soon
discovered that they shared the same passion for soul music and began the project
Night Sun, a fusion between R&B and garage rock, released by Burger Records. The
label encouraged the musician and vice-versa and "Soul Power" was finally released in
2014, Curtis' first solo album. Soul, R&B and punk, all together. For Curtis Harding,
"soul is about the essence and not the form". His second album "Face Your Fear" was
produced by Curtis himself in collaboration with Danger Mouse and Sam Cohen -
another album to hear in loop, particularly in the months before the musician's
performance at Super Bock in Stock.