"A Basso Profondo Voice...."
"Here is a voice not to be missed!
Anthony Goodchild, Director of Concerts, St. James's Piccadilly, London
"Harry Musselwhite is a consummate professional. There's also: easy to work with, fun to talk to, versatile, knowledgable, takes direction well...."
Tor Kingdon, Hear Kitty Studios, Albuquerque
Harry Musselwhite's "basso profondo voice" (Gainesville Times) has been featured as the character Dominic Court in Romero Games' "Empire of Sin" and as the voice character Al Bovine in "Frijoles Y Arroz." His voice is heard regularly on the international podcast "The Dungball Express" (with Donald J. Davenport) where he speaks of film, television, and the arts. He serves as the principal narrator for his children's music book trilogy audiobooks: "Martin the Guitar," "Martin the Guitar on the Road," and "Martin the Guitar in the Big City." Recently, Musselwhite narrated "Roshi and the Coyote Choir" and "A Month of Sundays" both available at audible.com
Harry Musselwhite is an accomplished symphonic orchestra narrator whose credits include "The Night Before Christmas" with Chattanooga Symphony, "A Lincoln Portrait" with The Rome Symphony and The Northwest Georgia Winds, "The Grinch" with Northwest Georgia Winds, and narration with The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra Brass Quintet.