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Kodac Harrison

poet, spoken word artist, musical performer

Kodac Harrison has fronted several bands and made 14 recordings of original songs for three different record labels. As an acoustic guitarist, he uses a wide variety of tones. Harrison performs solo, as a spoken word artist, and with a band that varies from three to ten pieces. Kodac was a member of the 2000 & 2001 Athens, GA. Poetry Slam teams. Also in 2001, Kodac was commissioned to write the song he performed at the Andrew Young tribute. The tribute was hosted by Maya Angelou and Harry Belefonte and attended by 1500 guests including Ray Charles and President Clinton. Harrison was also honored to performed for former President Jimmy Carter at the Carter Center in 2001. In 2002, Kodac was the master of ceremony at the Nader Rally, where he introduced and sang with Patti Smith. Kodac was named "Best Spoken Word Artist" (critic's choice in 2002 and reader's choice in 2003 & 2004) in Atlanta's Creative Loafing. In the spring of 2003, Kodac released his 10th full-length studio recording, *Portraits & Passages*.