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  • Harmonica Battle: Jimmy Kimmel VS Tim Kaine

    Hey Harmonica Friend, I thought this video was more fun and entertaining than political so I couldn’t resist sharing it with you. I hope it puts a smile on your ever-loving, harmonica-playing mouth. 🙂  (Keep your eye out for the surprise guest near the end of the video). More John Popper over here Happy harpin’!...


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  • Wanna come to the 2017 Harmonica Retreat in Hawaii?

    YES! In response to regular requests, I’ll be hosting an intimate harmonica retreat at my home in Kauai early next year for beginning and intermediate-level harmonica players. I’m limiting this retreat to only 6 harmonica students so I can get to know you and personally help you with your biggest harmonica challenges...


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  • Even More Sonny Boy Inspired Harmonica Riffs

    In this lesson, I want to teach you 3 variations on a harmonica riff inspired by the great Sonny Boy Williamson and his song, Bring It On Home. The video above is the original song, which you would need an “A” key harmonica to be in tune. For the below lesson video, you will need [&hellip...


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  • George ‘Harmonica’ Smith – Arkansas Trap (Full Album)

    (Credit to Blues Collector  for posting this album up) 01. McComb, Mississippi (Part 1) 02. Situation Blues 03. Roaming 04. Blue Fog 05. On My Mind 06. Viola B 07. Monkey On A Limb 08. Trying To Hide The Things I Do 09. Fire Exit 10. She’s Coming Home To Stay 11. McComb, Mississippi (Part 2) [&hellip...


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  • Harmonica Retreat in Hawaii: Feb 27- March 3, 2017

    I’m so stoked! I will be having an intimate 5-day harmonica retreat at my home in Kauai. I’m limiting it to only 5 beginning and intermediate-level harmonica students, because I want to have more time and energy to get to know you and personally help you with your biggest harmonica challenges...


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  • Advanced Harmonica Technique: An In-Depth Look at Overblowing

    Overblowing is tough, but if you want to stay up to speed with what modern harmonica players are doing it’s a must. This technique will enable you to play the entire chromatic scale on a diatonic harmonica (which means you’ll have all the notes that are found on a piano). YAY!!! Overblowing is similar to [&hellip...


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