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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.
In addition to elastic vocals and earthy songwriting, Hall is known for his hot harmonica and saxophone work.
There’s the squib of a harmonica that abruptly stops.
The duck call itself is a wind instrument not unlike the harmonica.
Blues Traveler is currently celebrating its 30-year anniversary with a fall tour around the U.S. Known for its jam-band vibes and John Popper's wild harmonica solos, Blues Traveler has released 12 albums in three decades.
The harmonica-playing Maks, whose English is just as broken but determined as Darja’s, is a more inspired character, though the two men are equally adamant about Darja abandoning the malaise and the inertia of the bus stop.
The jewel of its eight-concert series may be either French harmonica master Frédéric Yonnet (March 2) or this U.S. singer-composer, a six-time Grammy nominee.
Reverend Raven performs traditional blues with highlights of harmonica and guitar featured in their original songs.
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