Craig Harris & Refiner’s Fire

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Craig Harris & Refiner’s Fire

Refiner’s Fire was originally formed in 1995 with Craig Harris (Vocal, Guitar, Keyboards, Horns, Writer/Arranger), George Humley (Vocals, Guitars, Writer/Arranger) and Tom Norwood (Vocals, Guitar).  The group disbanded in 1996 and then was reformed in 1998 with Craig filling the vocal positions with his wife Nancy and their girls, Mellissa, Alisha, Laura and sometimes Kayla, Rebekah and Dana.  In 2001, Craig accepted the call to Pastor the Medford Free Methodist Church and so the group was again tabled, except for a few special events and the occasional church concert.

Then in March 2010, Craig began preparation for a revival of the group in the summer of 2011.  He pulled in some of the old tunes, added a few new ones and produced the first full length recording project in Refiner’s Fire history, simply entitled “Refiner’s Fire”.  The next Refiner’s Fire project “Face To Face” will be released on December 10th, 2013.  The group has toured throughout the U.S. in 2013, as well as playing overseas.

Refiner’s Fire delivers a blend of tight three part harmony, superb musicianship and a guaranty to cover many different musical styles with every performance.  The group, under Harris’ leadership, always makes each concert a unique and inspiring event, with the group often changing orders and playing songs to fit the need of their listening audience.



Craig gives an impromptu performance at the June event for the Western Swing Music Society of Sacramento June 3rd, 2012.  Dennis Ford took this great photo.  Thanks, Dennis!

Refiner’s Fire is back, July 10th, 2011 at St. Rita’s Retreat Center

Craig playing at Grace Harbor Covenant Church in Aberdeen, WA

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Craig warms up while Jake tunes out, in Westport, WA

Craig Harris & Refiner’s Fire are available for concerts, worship services, special events and private functions.  For booking information call 541-245-3496 or just e-mail us.

“O love that will not let me go…” 

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