Blood on the Harp’s Southern Gothic Sound Is Like No Other

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It all started with Metallica, church and banjo. Put those influences in a blender, and you get Atlanta’s Blood on the Harp, a band that describes its sound as “music about death.” The band, which Spark curated a performance from at Atlanta’s Fintech South conference mixes jazz, Appalachian folk, and good old rock ‘n’ roll to get a sound that frontman Christopher Salmon describes as sounding like “a Southern Gothic novel.”

Watch their rollicking performances live at Atlanta’s City Winery for Fintech South, as well as Salmon and bandmate and singer Keena Graham talk to Spark’s Nic Harcourt about their roots as a band.

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Meet The Scientists, The Artists, Community Leaders, The Chefs, The Educators, The Investors and The Innovators Who are Spark.