Harmon, Bull


  • From Florissant, Missouri. (Originally from Alton, Illinois.)
  • Began playing guitar at age 12. With his brother and sister formed “The Harman Trio,” recording first album in 1977.
  • 1982, wife Tammy joined the group which was by this time called “The Harman Family.”
  • 1996-1998, worked with Rhonda Vincent and the Rage.
  • 1999, released solo album with guests Alison Krauss, Rhonda Vincent and others.
  • 2000, formed his own band, “Bull’s Eye” and released self-titled album (no label).
  • 2002, released “Rosewood, Spruce and Ebony” album (no label).
  • 2004, 2006, won SPBGMA Midwest Guitar Player of the Year.
  • For 15 years, he was a welder by trade.
  • 2009, won Silver Dollar City’s Single Microphone Championship.
  • 2010, released “Aiming to Please” album (Bull’s Eye).
  • 2017, released “Draw Four” album (Bull’s Eye).