A very complete list of harmonica players' gigs and harmonica workshops from all over the world. "This list is designed for, and dedicated to, the promotion of harmonica artists, whether soloists, band leaders, or sidemen."
A great place to get kids started playing harmonica. Suggestions and tips for parents and teachers to assist in children learning and having fun with harmonica. Free songs/tabs, playing tips, and instruction are included.
"A novice's journey to find the best harmonica by trying as many as he can find, with reviews and discussions of many popular brands and models, as well as notes on microphones and amplifiers. An ongoing project."
"Hundreds of harmonica players and thousands of spectators gather each year to play and listen to every form of music conceivable... From classical to blues, bluegrass to rock, traditional to jazz, it's all there and being played by some of the finest amateur (and a few professional) harmonica players in the world!"
"We would really appreciate you taking a look at our product we are trying to fund through Kickstarter. Any donation or spreading of the word would be wonderful. We are in the need of avid harmonica enthusiasts to help us get our product on the market!"
"Recycle-Hear is a public-service campaign to promote recycling at San Francisco's largest and most popular music venues -- where more than one million beverage containers will be recycled each year. The innovative campaign's founding partners are The Warfield, The Fillmore, Slim's, Great American Music Hall and Bottom of the Hill Club."
Instruction and information for learning guitar, bass, keyboards, drums and percussion, computer based recording. Discussions forums and user reviews on gear, products, software, and hardware.
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Here are Dave Gage's sons, Brody and Alex, now called the Brothers Gage, back when they were 10 and 12 year old kids. This video shot in 2015, is an unedited take playing an improvised blues and country based jam and having a bunch of fun.
One plays rhythm beatbox harmonica while the other takes a solo. They are both playing a standard key of "C" 10-hole diatonic in 2nd Position (which is also known as "Crossharp"). They both learned to play harmonica around age 5 and now also sing, play guitar, bass, drums, and keyboards. The key to getting good is consistency. They still practice every single day.