*On BHL’s Tha Trend, “The High Note” star Kelvin Harrison Jr. talks taking on Sam Cooke and what he learned from working with Tracee Ellis Ross on set & more … with producer/host Courtney Stewart.
Here’s more on Kelvin Harrison Jr. via his Wikipedia page:
Harrison (born July 23, 1994) is an American actor. He began his career with small roles in the 2013 films Ender’s Game and 12 Years a Slave.
Harrison Jr. was born in New Orleans, Louisiana, to musicians Shirlita and Kelvin Harrison Sr. He grew up in the Garden District and later moved to The Westbank. He studied studio engineering and marketing, before moving to Los Angeles, California to pursue acting, where he began taking acting classes. Harrison Jr. is also a skilled musician, mainly playing jazz and gospel on the piano, trumpet, as well as singing. He honed his harmonious skills while studying and recording with the famed Marsalis family.