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Bass player Sam Odin is into jazz, and accordion/harmonica player David C. Lynch takes his cues from Cajun music and blues.
Without pushing his voice or otherwise overstating his case, Wilson brought magisterial presence to the dirge, his rumbling low notes setting the stage for imploring high ones, Nosek’s harmonica tremolos wailing insistently as counterpoint.
Then, Martin began to improvise a song about Dublin and Rob, while Rob joined in on a harmonica.
So, too, is Theresa's, a Bronzeville blues joint, where musicians could tease the most mournful wailing out of a guitar or harmonica, followed by riffs of pure joy.
As a Senator, Tim uses the listening and collaboration skills he’s picked up as an amateur harmonica player and music fan to seek out common ground between himself and his colleagues.
A design that resembles a football glued to a harmonica, or something with more of a motorcycle-loving comic book villain vibe?
Organizers of the Make Music Liberty event are encouraging anyone to grab their ukulele, drum, harmonica or simply interest in live music and head to town for the day-long celebration of music and the start of of the warmest season.
Keyboard whiz/composer Emborg teams up with gifted chromatic harmonica master Mathias Heise (echoes of the late virtuoso Toots Thielemans) to create 10 joyous tracks in an exhilarating new jazz hybrid.
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