Harmonica Players


Mark Hummel Playlist (West Coast Blues!)

By JP Allen ~ If you’ve not heard of Mark Hummel, where have you been?! The New Yorker said, “Hummel, a specialist in West Coast Blues, knows a thing or two about how to please an audience”. See for yourself in the videos below 🙂 And you can learn more about Mark on his website... Continue Reading »

The Sweet Sounds of James Cotton in Concert (1973)

By JP Allen ~ James Cotton is blues harmonica. Sadly he passed away in March 2017 but his legacy still lives on. Here’s James Cotton in all his glory, a full concert recorded live on 6/15/1973 at Winterland, San Francisco, CA. (For more James Cotton here’s one of his finest albums and here’s his life story) Setlist: 0:00:00 – [&hellip... Continue Reading »

Harmonica Player of the Month: Will Wilde Exclusive Interview

By Jaine Rodack ~ Lately, the word “fresh” has been tossed around like a house salad; the latest in a series of over-used accolades employed to describe the awesome, hot, cool, and incredibly gifted among us. Overused though it may be, when it comes to Will Wilde and his music, fresh is the perfect adjective. No same old, same [&hellip... Continue Reading »

Harmonica Player of the Month: Buddy Greene

By Jaine Rodack ~ Grab a Harmonica Masterclass Lesson With Buddy Greene! Buddy Greene is a master at playing country blues and playing F-A-S-T. There’s a bonus lesson included with the “Breakthrough Blues” course where Buddy reveals some very intricate bending techniques as well as starting a student on the path to playing lightning fast. Click to check out [&hellip... Continue Reading »

Harmonica Lesson: Born In Chicago (Paul Butterfield)

By Liam Ward ~ Born in Chicago is one of the late great Paul Butterfield’s most celebrated solos, and has lots of powerful features to get your teeth into with bends, double stops and glissando among them. The solo is typical of Butterfield’s punchy, aggressive style and has a fine balance of flashy lines and tasteful space. Born in [&hellip... Continue Reading »

Doctor Ross “The Harmonica Boss” (Full Album)

By JP Allen ~ If you like the sounds of John Lee Hooker and Sonny Boy Williamson then you’ll love Doctor Ross’ raw earthy blues. Here’s a full album from the one-man band that was recorded in London in the early 70s, they don’t make ’em like this anymore. (If this gets your blues juices pumping then you might [&hellip... Continue Reading »

Harmonica Lesson: Lollipop Mama (William Clarke)

By Liam Ward ~ Lollipop Mama is one of William Clarke’s most popular songs: a mile-a-minute blues swing with a load of awesome techniques thrown in, which for us means lots to study and enjoy. I was amazed by how much he packs into the explosive opening solo, which clocks at a mere 15 seconds. Great players like William [&hellip... Continue Reading »

Alex Paclin – Harmonica Player of the Month

By admin ~ Alex Paclin was born and raised in Chelyabinsk, Russia: an industrial and diverse city, where cultures mix and mingle, and a teenage Alex was first drawn to the harmonica. Today, the twenty-something Paclin lives over a thousand miles away in Moscow, where he is quickly carving out a place for himself in the world of [&hellip... Continue Reading »