Harry Hudson is known for being the biggest-hearted cowboy. Soon after releasing his first song in 2013, he was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma and was forced to put his music career on hold to fight the disease.
While in chemotherapy, his music had taken full form, capturing the many emotions that come with such an unfortunate situation. He blessed 2015 with Treatment (A-Side) and Gemineyes, as well as starting a fundraiser to build a treatment center with Teen Cancer America. He released a short film, Can Cowboys Cry, and is now signed with Roc Nation and Jaden Smith’s MSFTS label.
Hudson’s newest debut album, Yesterday’s Tomorrow Night, is making more and more fans fall in love with the beloved cowboy.
Fans are even more on board, especially now that he has shown his badass side at last night’s concert at Gramercy Theatre. Hudson invited Jon Boy up on stage to tattoo the performer mid song.