Category Archives: Harmonica Players

Christelle Over the Rainbow

Christelle Berthon plays some of the most beautiful harp that I’ve found yet.  Her tone is like rich, luxurious French food and it’s paired with her technique like the perfect wine.  I came across this recording of her playing Somewhere

Christelle Over the Rainbow

Christelle Berthon plays some of the most beautiful harp that I’ve found yet.  Her tone is like rich, luxurious French food and it’s paired with her technique like the perfect wine.  I came across this recording of her playing Somewhere

Richard Sleigh and Brendan Power Chase a Fox

I subscribe to the Harp-L Mailing list and delight myself occasionally in delving through the harmonica talk to learn new things or hear great music.  Today I came across a guy by the name of Richard Sleigh who is an

Richard Sleigh and Brendan Power Chase a Fox

I subscribe to the Harp-L Mailing list and delight myself occasionally in delving through the harmonica talk to learn new things or hear great music.  Today I came across a guy by the name of Richard Sleigh who is an

Little Walter Plays Blue Midnight

This is a fantastic recording of the master, Little Walter, playing Blue Midnight.  What could I possibly say about Little Walter that hasn’t been said before?  I can only agree with decades of historians, musicians, and listeners to say that

Little Walter Plays Blue Midnight

This is a fantastic recording of the master, Little Walter, playing Blue Midnight.  What could I possibly say about Little Walter that hasn’t been said before?  I can only agree with decades of historians, musicians, and listeners to say that

A Compilation of Canada’s Best Harp Players

I don’t know exactly who is playing what on this recording, but here is a compilation of harp players doing their thing at the Silver Dollar Room in Toronto back in May, 2010. If the comments are accurate, this recording

A Compilation of Canada’s Best Harp Players

I don’t know exactly who is playing what on this recording, but here is a compilation of harp players doing their thing at the Silver Dollar Room in Toronto back in May, 2010. If the comments are accurate, this recording

Mark Bird Stafford

In discovering Michael Pickett, I stumbled across a handful of awesome Toronto Blues harp players.  Here’s a guy named Mark Bird Stafford.  His tone is clean and concise and his mix of the harp with vocals is like hearing two

Mark Bird Stafford

In discovering Michael Pickett, I stumbled across a handful of awesome Toronto Blues harp players.  Here’s a guy named Mark Bird Stafford.  His tone is clean and concise and his mix of the harp with vocals is like hearing two

Tonight a guy told me to check out Michael Pickett

I was out for a harmonica walk tonight and three cool things happened to me.  First, I ran into my neighbors and got to have a nice neighborly chat.  That’s always nice.  I like my neighbors.  Second, someone yelled out

Tonight a guy told me to check out Michael Pickett

I was out for a harmonica walk tonight and three cool things happened to me.  First, I ran into my neighbors and got to have a nice neighborly chat.  That’s always nice.  I like my neighbors.  Second, someone yelled out

Reblog: Harpin’ on the Street; Music from the Pedestrian Lane

Came across and wanted to reblog a post by a fellow harp player named Pete Ak who tells of his days busking a small Welsh vacation town.  Definitely worth a read!  After you’re done, head over to his blog, Pakinwunmi,

Reblog: Harpin’ on the Street; Music from the Pedestrian Lane

Came across and wanted to reblog a post by a fellow harp player named Pete Ak who tells of his days busking a small Welsh vacation town.  Definitely worth a read!  After you’re done, head over to his blog, Pakinwunmi,