(PR) South of the Snooty Fox is the title of the forthcoming album from Sterling Harrison, a veteran soul singer whose approach is the very definition of the term "old school." The album will be released August 21 by HackTone Records, distributed through Rhino/ADA.
South of the Snooty Fox describes an actual geographical location in the inner city as well as serving for a metaphor for the plight of a gifted artist whose professional life was, for the most part, spent out of the spotlight of the mainstream music business. Accordingly, The L.A. Weekly headlined a piece on Harrison "The Best Soul Singer You Never Heard Of."
The album was co-produced by Steve Berlin, long-standing member of Los Lobos and, previously, part of The Blasters line-up. It was co-produced and conceived by Eddie Gorodetsky, the TV writer ("Dharma & Greg," "Two and a Half Men") known for his many forays into music including his role as producer of Bob Dylan's "Theme Time Radio Hour" heard on XM Radio.