Harvey is an accomplished musician with over 25 years performing experience. He has performed a wide range of music in many types of local bands. Harvey plays drums, keyboards, guitar, mallet percussion (marimba, xylophone, vibraphone), timpani and orchestral percussion.
Harvey currently performs as a freelance musician and professional DJ.
DJ Harvey - Professional Disc
Jockey for weddings, receptions, all types of parties and special events, car
shows and more.
Solitary Measures - Rock, Pop, Blues, R&B, Country, Summer/Beach/Island, Big Band Standards (Instrumental)
Here are some of the groups Harvey has performed with in recent years. Click the band name to go to their webpage.
Klunker - Rock, Blues,
Twin Rivers Ramblers - Country
Live Sounds of "MAGIC" - Big Band Standards
Harvey & Amy Duo - Rock, Pop, Blues, R&B, Country, Big Band Standards
Freelance musician - Fill in on drums/percussion, keyboards (with left hand bass) and guitar with local bands, orchestras for musical productions, orchestra/symphony, soundman.
Harvey uses professional, state of the art equipment and instruments to provide the best sound possible for every event performed at. He has 2 complete sound systems that produce great sounding music in small clubs or for large outdoor concerts.
Lessons - Harvey teaches percussion lessons in his home studio. Drums - snare and drum set, and mallet percussion - marimba, xylophone, vibraphone and bells. Click on the above link for more information.
Professional Performance History - In 1982, Harvey started playing drums professionally with Jinks & Company - a local wedding/club band run by his former drum teacher Roger Jinks and his brother Al. He played many gigs with this band during his college years and got a lot of experience playing all types of music.
In college Harvey studied piano in a class setting and some private lessons. He learned guitar on his own. Click on the above link for Education/Experience to see Harvey's vast performance experience gained at Trenton State College.
More to be added soon . . . . . . .