"Easy Reeding is put out by Hohner USA and seems to come out on a "whenever" basis. Features about players and conventions, awards, etc., are often identical to what appear in Harmonica Happenings, and, of course, competing harmonica products are not mentioned. New, Hohner Endorsers and Hohner products, news columns from Germany, Australia England, record releases. Issues on occassional basis, 16 pages including covers, letter size, glossy white stock. $10 initiation fee, free thereafter in the U.S. For , BeNeLux, Austria, Switzerland, Japan, Denmark, South Africa, England, France, contact the national Hohner distributor. For all other countries, contact Hohner Germany at Hohner Vertrieb GmBh, Postfach 1260, 7218 Trossingen 1." (Easy Reeding,
P.O Box 9375,
Richmond VA 23227).
"This magazine has been around since 1996. Contents: Harmonica scene in Germany, record reviews, workshops about playing in different styles (folk, blues, chromatic), harmonica maintenance and repair, player portraits." (E-Mail- firstname.lastname@example.org,
Editor: Didi Neumann,
Phone +49 89 834 25 23)
Player interviews, editorials, reprints from HIP, letters, record reviews, ads, industry news, harmonica repair. Harpoz
published by the Hohner Harmonica Club of Australia
7/2 Stoddart Road
Prospect NSW 2149
"Cross Harp Chronicles is a free archived ezine documenting news of the blues harp community. Looking for all pertinent news, it invites submissions from everyone within the blues harp playing community from the novice to the professional. Includes information/reviews on commerically published transcription books, and instructional videos, etc."
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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.