Re: [Harp-L] San Francisco update

To add to Greg's list of SF Bay area harp players:

Damien Masterson
Mark Hummel
Michael Peloquin
Beth Kohnen
Big Bones

Along that odd guy who plays XB-40s with Scottish fiddle groups.


--- Greg Heumann <greg@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Richard Hunter wrote:
> > I wrote a few weeks ago that I was going to San Francisco this  
> > week, and asked for pointers on harmonica related events in town.  
> > Last night I had a great time at a jam session in Redwood City with
> > Greg Heuman, who plays fine harp and bari sax.  I'm going to  
> > Biscuits & Blues tonight to hear RJ Mischo, who I last heard when  
> > he opened for Kim Wilson in SF in 1999 (and who in my opinion was  
> > the top harp dog in the room that night), and I just discovered  
> > that Rod Piazza is playing the same room tomorrow night.
> >
> > Lots of harp fun for one trip!  Is SF always this harpilated?
> Richard - it was good to meet you and even better to hear your fine  
> harp playin! Only wish I could have heard more. Glad you liked my
> rig.
> Is SF always this harpilated? I would venture to say we have one of  
> the finest concentrations of great harmonica players anywhere. I am  
> sure I will forget as many as I mention as I write this list, but the
> following are all great players/recording artists and live in the
> area:
> Norton Buffalo
> Mark Ford
> Charlie Musselwhite
> Andy Just
> Gary Smith
> Dave Barrett
> James "Loose" Reed
> Spencer Jarrett
> Kenny Neal
> Birdlegg
> Phil Berkowitz
> Screamin' Iain
> Gino Bambino
> RJ Mischo (who just moved to the midwest - damn!)
> Yeah - you could say we're harpilated!
> Cheers
> /Greg
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