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Alan Hampton Featured On NPR’s Song Of The Day


Musician and 92YTribeca regular Alan Hampton‘s “Change Your Mind” was featured on NPR’s song of the day yesterday:

Songs with the longest possible shelf life are built around catchy melodies and universal themes; often, they’re malleable enough to resonate in many genres. Alan Hampton furnishes one such song with the bittersweet “Change Your Mind.”

Listen for yourself here and then mark your calendars for June 10, when Hampton plays at 92YTribeca, in a lineup that includes Derrick Hodge and Kendrick Scott “Oracle,” part of the Blue Note Jazz Festival.

Related: Read an interview with Alan Hampton on American Songwriter.

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