Harvey Wirht was born in Suriname where he started his music career.
He continued his studies at the Berklee College of Music and has since
then recorded over 40 albums including “Life Overflowing” with
John Tchicai and Charley Colhase, awarded outstanding album in the
Boston Awards 2000.
Harvey has worked with multi Grammy winners, Angelique Kidjo,
Harry Belafonte, Lauren Hill and Ziggy Marley and performed at the
NAACP awards, the Jay Leno Show, the late night show with David
Letterman, Good Morning America and the Peace ball for the
inauguration of president Obama.
Harvey Wirht has received the " honorary order of the yellow star " one
of the highest State decorations by the Surinamese government and is
the founder of the band Caribbo with Hall of fame inductee steel panist