Harry Stinson's musical resume encompasses almost every genre of music and many experiences within those genres. He's worked in country, rock, pop, R&B and more. He started out as a teenager in Dottie West's band, played with the group America, became one of Steve Earle's Dukes, moved on to Lyle Lovett's band and finally got together with Kevin Welch in the Overtones.

As a drummer, background singer, producer and songwriter, he has lent his astonishing talents to artists ranging from Etta James to Peter Frampton to George Jones. He's performed on numerous number one hits, and as a producer, he's done records for Trisha Yearwood as well as all of his Dead Reckoning partners. He was the house drummer on The American Music Shop for four years and the musical director of TNN's Live at the Ryman. He's written songs for Steve Earle, Faith Hill, Martina McBride, Patty Loveless, Wynonna Judd, Dan Seals, the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Ricky Skaggs, Ricky Van Shelton and more.

As a Dead Reckoner, in addition to producing, playing drums and doing background vocals, he's the lead singer on "Always Will" on the A Night of Reckoning CD.


A Night of Reckoning

A Night of Reckoning
with The Dead Reckoners
1997