Singer and musician Ben Harper, along with his band The Innocent Criminals, brings an eclectic mix of blues, folk, soul, reggae and rock to Caesars Atlantic City on Saturday, Aug. 26.
Harper, a three-time Grammy winner, is known for his guitar-playing skills and his dynamic live performances.
In 1994, Harper released his debut album, "Welcome to the Cruel World." That album was followed by “Fight For Your Mind” in 1995, which became a college radio favorite.
Harper formed the Innocent Criminals to act as his supporting band for 1999's “Burn to Shine,” his fourth album and the first one to focus heavily on his rock side.
In 2002, Harper was one of the featured singers covering Motown hits by Marvin Gaye in the documentary, “Standing in the Shadows of Motown (a history of The Funk Brothers).” He was featured on the album “True Love” by Toots and the Maytals, which won the Grammy Award in 2004 for Best Reggae Album.
In February 2016, Harper released his new single as a YouTube video "Call It What It Is,” the first track taken from his album of the same name.
Catch the Ben Harper concert at Caesars Atlantic City and enjoy a night of musical entertainment.