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“Keith, how did you start with the harmonica?” To answer properly, I need to start at the very beginning to mention the different events and influences that led me to the harmonica. The list includes Muddy Waters, T-Bone Walker, baseball, Jimmy Rogers, James Cotton, Big Walter Horton, Boston City Hospital, Orchard Park, the Rivoli Theater, radio station W-I-L-D, Luther ‘Snake’ Johnson, a Grundig Hi-Fi and so on.
Keith Dunn: harmonica player, singer, songwriter, and recording session producer. Working with Jimmy Rogers (member of the original Muddy Waters Band) and Hubert Sumlin (Howlin’ Wolf guitarist) were major influences on his unique playing style. It is melodic, percussive harmonica that is rooted in the blues tradition, but improvisational and open.
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Keith Picks will have things that I find interesting and will share with you. For example, here is the recently discovered and first known photograph of the blues pioneer, David “Honeyboy” Edwards. It was taken from a short piece of film that was lost for over 70 years. You can read about my days with Honeyboy Edwards here.