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Name Harrison Bass
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Grew up in Philly, did my undergrad in Albany, NY, and now live in Austin, TX.

Started going to concerts in high school: a ton of free shows from Radio 104.5, normal tour concerts, and went a few years to Firefly Music Festival.

Since moving to Austin for grad school I got a job doing concert security and now get paid to see my favorite artists - see https://www.setlist.fm/user/hlbass_work for that list!


Member since October 4, 2016
Last seen December 1, 2023
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Thanks dude! One day! Appreciate the help on these Austin setlists haha

No problem, found the last songs today after the new album release. Enjoy it!

nice list dude . i live in ohio, but im trying to come to stubb's one day to see Khruangbin. They play their best songs in Texas, my favorite band. Im def jealous you work there! also i used to hang out with Alina Baraz before she got famous ! she's really good live too. cheers !

You used the spotify link while musicbrainz is primary.


Song titles often differ depending on the source where you read it. E.g. the song What's the Frequency, Kenneth? can be found in numerous places with or without question mark, with or without comma and so on. If you're unsure what the correct title of the song is, please do the following:

Look at the cover of the disc
If you don't own the disc, look for the title on the following websites, compare the results and then choose wisely.
Look at the artist's song statistics by clicking on the Statistics-Tab and correct existing errors, thanks in advance mate ;-)

As far as capitalisation is concerned: Whenever in doubt, the capitalisation standards from musicbrainz.org apply.

Updated capitalisation is just a statement not a valid source.
Hi there,
I noticed you mentioned just what you did setlists to bypass the mandatory edit comment feature.
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Please ensure that you share informative comment with future edits, so that everybody understands where you received the information you're contributing.

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