Berklee Graduate Rodney Harrison – Music and Recovery

 

Berklee Graduate Using Music To Help People in Recovery

RIR-Radio Guest Singer/Songwriter Rodney Harrison talking about using the gift of music as a tool in the recovery process at The Treehouse in Scurry, Texas. Music has always been a passion for Rodney and now, he is combining his love for music with his passion to help others. Get to know Rodney better by calling (469) 721-6621. The featured song for this interview is “Do Better” By Rodney Harrison. Check out RIR-Radio Episode 853 and feel the music.

Berklee Graduate Using Music To Help People in Recovery: In 2016, Rodney was introduced to The Treehouse in Scurry, Texas where he helps people living with an addiction get on a path to recovery. Harrison works side-by-side with clients during and after their stay at The Treehouse.

Rodney graduate from Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated in 2011 with a degree in Music Business before seeking a Masters degree in International Business from Hult University in San Francisco.

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