Your favourite memories of what Harry Chapin means to you.

Just A Kid by Amanda Stephens

By the time I was of conscious memory, Harry Chapin had died. It was 1990 when I first heard the album Taxi. Like every young kid my age I rummaged through my parents record collection looking for vintage Beatles, Doors, Joplin what have you. I listened to scratchy Santana albums…

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Harry, keep the change by Lars Palmer

"Harry, keep the change"....Those were my only words ever spoken directly to Harry and it was backstage after a concert down at the East Pier in NYC and everybody around us was rolling with laughter, including Harry himself, at my comment and blushing face and I was just wishing a…

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In Tom Williams’ Memory by Frank

MY best friend Tom saw Harry Chapin in Davenport, Iowa at Palmer College. He was awed by him, he practically worshipped Harry. I had never of Harry since it was before my time, I am only 30. Last year I lost my best friend Tom, he was like my brother…

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