Ben Harper


"This resonator lap steel ukulele is one of the most original and best sounding instruments that I own. I just can't play it enough."


Harper made his debut in 1994 with Welcome to the Cruel World, which was subsequently certified Gold. In 2005, he received GRAMMY® awards for Best Pop Instrumental Performance for his single 11th Commandment and for Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album for There Will Be A Light, featuring the Blind Boys of Alabama. His three most recent studio albums Both Sides of the Gun (2006), Lifeline (2007) and White Lies for Dark Times (2009) debuted in the Top 10 of The Billboard 200. Harper formed Fistful of Mercy with Dhani Harrison and Joseph Arthur and the trio released the album As I Call You Down in 2010. Ben Harper's 10th studio release, Give Till It's Gone, was released by Virgin Records on May 17, 2011.


Ben Harper plays:

Walnut Tenor Lap Steel