Live on Soundcheck: John Wesley Harding

Friday, February 18, 2011

Soundcheck only needed one microphone when novelist Wesley Stace and songwriter John Wesley Harding came into WNYC's studios–because the two are the same person. Stace’s latest novel, "Charles Jessup Considered As A Murderer," follows a composer’s fall from grace and has spawned a collection of songs, which Harding writes with classical composer Daniel Felsenfeld. Check out his live performance of "Little Musgrave" below.


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