Ben Harper and his band, the Innocent Criminals, stopped by Crossroads KC on Friday night to start their summer tour, playing a mix of folk, blues, reggae, soul and rock. And on a perfect late-spring evening, a crowd of more than 1,800 fans made sure it was a festive launch.
Ben Harper and his band, the Innocent Criminals, stopped by Crossroads KC on Friday night to start their summer tour, playing a mix of folk, blues, reggae, soul and rock. And on a perfect late-spring evening, a crowd of more than 1,800 fans made sure it was a festive launch. File photo
Ben Harper and his band, the Innocent Criminals, stopped by Crossroads KC on Friday night to start their summer tour, playing a mix of folk, blues, reggae, soul and rock. And on a perfect late-spring evening, a crowd of more than 1,800 fans made sure it was a festive launch. File photo
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Ben Harper gets plenty of opening-night love from Crossroads KC crowd

June 06, 2015 12:11 PM

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