Cephis & Wiggins

They were billed at John Cephas and Harmonica Phil Wiggins when they first 
started out and are arguably the best Piedmont harp-guitarist "Blues Week" at 
Augusta Heritage Workshops in Elkins, W.Va. duo going...

Which is not to say, there are not other dynamic duos. There are. But these 
guys seem to have carved out a niche (mixed metro-phore?) of their own.

Phil Lloyd, Contributing Editor
American Harmonica Newsmagazine
published bi-monthly and a little late this month

In a message dated 2/23/2004 11:03:29 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
rismith@xxxxxxxxxxx writes:
I've been listening to an album called "Home Made" by Cephas & Wiggins.
There's very little info in the liner notes, so I'm not even sure which 
one plays guitar and which one plays harp.  I'm guessing it's Cephas on 
harpnomica, since the harp player is pictured below that name on the cover.  
But man, in my opinion, that is some really terrific harmonica playing!  
And yet, I've nerver heard mention of him in any discussions, or on the 
many harmonica websites and databases.  What's up with that?

Richard J. Smith, R.A.

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