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harmon clarke

Harmon A. Clarke Jr, concentrates his energy on being a healer, using the magnificent rhythmic melodies he discovered in Africa and Brazil, along with the rich musical history that comes from the streets of Crenshaw, where Harmon grew up.
After 30 major surgeries and holding the record at Cedar Sinai for most days in one year in the hospital at 221, Harmon was given six months to live in 2018. Using the power of music and dance, he practiced the Bhakti devotional yoga to heal himself back to a greater glory than ever imagined.

Harmon was born into a rich musical family on both sides. He grew up on the A&M lot, where his grandmother held the title of Sr. Vice President of the Publishing Division and was responsible for giving Michale Jackson the song “Thriller” and “Rock With You”. Brenda Andrews was also responsible for Bob Marley’s catalog and worked with legends like Quincy Jones. Harmon’s uncle, Arthur Lee Simpkins, sang on the Jackie Gleason show in the 40s and later performed to presidential inaugurations and at the Queen’s coronation in England. Harmon sings in Hebrew, German, Italian and Spanish, all the different languages bringing together a soulful mix of R&B and gospel roots together with a Bhakti devotional, flow the harmonic choir

Lakshmi Lounge


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