Few musicians can claim to have made their living from and with the harmonica for the past four decades; even fewer have had such a formative influence on the development of their instrument, or played such a significant role in defining how it is taught. Steve Baker is definitely one of them. He has influenced a generation of younger players and is often regarded as one of those musicians who have revitalized the instrument in Europe, and as one of its leading exponents worldwide.

Jason Ricci is one of the most remarkable figures of today’s harmonica scene. Born in Portland, Maine, the American harmonica virtuoso and singer has had a chequered career spanning over 3 decades, performing with countless stars of the blues and related styles.

Joel got his first harmonica at the age of 2 and began playing professionally at the age of 13. His interest for the technical part of harmonicas quickly became bigger and bigger.

Marcos Coll was born in Madrid (Spain) in 1976 and moved to Santiago DC soon after. At the age of 13 he started to play harmonica, strongly influenced by his uncle and the Spanish blues harp legend Ñaco Goñi.

Joe Filisko is the leading expert on traditional diatonic blues harmonica styles, with an encyclopedic knowledge of the playing techniques and music of the defining players of both pre- and post-war eras.

“Eric is a spiritual heir to Chicago blues guitarists of the ’20s and ’30s like Tampa Red and Big Bill Broonzy"– The Illinois Entertainer

Riedel studied classical violin for 7 years before teaching himself harmonica and keyboards. At the age of 15 he was performing on stage with his first acoustic blues band.

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