ReMu Talks: Harry Hudson, Roc Nation-Signed Recording Artist
On June 21, 2013, a piece of Harry Hudson died. Cancer was the diagnosis; Hodgkin’s Disease to be specific. After months of feeling ill, doctors’ visits fueled with denial, and a recording career that was flirting with stardom, the singer-songwriter’s certainty for the future seemingly passed away. When he fought cancer and won, another piece of him died. That piece was the concept of love, the belief that invincibility is just a theory, and the straying away from reckless abandon. But with every death comes new birth, and the Los Angeles artist found life in his music. The product is his 12-track LP, a musical memoir punctuated with devastatingly beautiful moments that bring every corner of Harry’s influences together on one project.
ReMu Talks: Harry Hudson, Roc Nation-signed Recording Artist, will feature a moving conversation about turning to music for healing and self love. Moderated by the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, Harry will talk about finding solace in music, particularly film scores and country/folk music, helping his friend Jaden Smith with filming The Get Down in New York City, performing on the main stage for the Billboard Hot 100 Music Festival, and what's next as he embarks 2018.