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I'm a harmonica player with years of gigs to my credit (or debit; it depends on how you look at it). Through travels with an acoustic two-piece (CrackTown) I've built up quite a bit of stagecraft, my chops are up, and I've gone from nervous mumbler to full-throated, screeching growler with a pretty decent memory for lyrics and schtick.
I can play hard and fast, or slow and doomed; equally happy with blues, country, or straight ahead, boogie-rock of any kine - and I'm not afraid to chuck in some tricks, twists, or to dally extensively up the top end of the beast. To hell with those "first-four-hole" cats: the damned thing's got ten holes, so why not use 'em all, eh what?
- Screen name:
- The Silver Fox
- Member since:
- Apr 22 2013
- Active within 24 hours
- Level of commitment:
- Years playing music:
- Gigs played:
- Over 100
- Tend to practice:
- More than 3 times per week
- Available to gig:
- 4-5 nights a week
Little Walter, Charlie Musselwhite, Paul Jones,
Sonny Boy Williamson, any raucous player on 70s rock tracks, Beck, Sonny Terry.
Generally a full set of diatonic harps in all major keys; Shure Green Bullet mic.
My Nazi Girl
My Nazi Girl Track number: 1 Year: 2010 Album: Boneless Roast by CrackTown
This is Foxy doing lead vocals and blowing slowly and in a quickfire frenzy at the end: versatility IS his middle name. It isn't, obviously; that would be stupid.