Carriage House Saints is the studio creation of American songwriter and musician, John Harmon. Harmon, who was born in Charleston, West Virginia wrote and performed music on the East Coast throughout the 1990’s and early 2000’s. During that time, he fronted the Kentucky-based indie bands “Jacob’s Ladder,” “Chiaroscuro,” “Attic Down,” and “Van Gogh Sky”. In 2008, Harmon relocated to San Diego, California, where he wrote and recorded “Life in the Temporary” - his first solo project.

Harmon is currently in pre-production on the yet as untitled studio follow up to Life in the Temporary, as well as work on his new live project, “Time Traveling Bicycle Posse.”

Edited by chsmusic on 13 Oct 2010, 18:43

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