Re: [Harp-L] Harmonica Sessions

Bummer. Harmonica Sessions was a great webzine! Thank you Mel Bay for the
resources you devoted to the site over the years. Thank you contributing
authors Winslow, Dave, Fritz and Kinya. There are a lot of really well
written articles in the archives of the site I hope they are preserved and
posted elsewhere. If Mel Bay owns the rights to the articles maybe SPAH
could ask them for the rights to post the archives at

Music Cal

On Sat, Mar 31, 2012 at 7:12 PM, Winslow Yerxa <winslowyerxa@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:

> Sad to say, HarmonicaSessions is now history. About a month ago, Mel Bay
> company decided to discontinue its various (Name-of-instrument)Sessions
> webzines, including HarmonicaSessions.
> The contributing authors (myself included) authored farewell messages, but
> I see that they're not presently up on; I'm not sure
> when or where they'll appear.
> Meanwhile, over on, former HarmonicaSessions columnists
> David Barrett, Kinya Pollard, Fritz Hasenpuch, and I are all contributing
> columnists and commentators. The site also features lessons, video
> interviews with a wide variety of renowned players, a discussion forum, and
> a lot of rich content.
> Winslow
> VOTE Winslow Yerxa for SPAH president, with L J Atkison for vice president
> Winslow for SPAH President (Facebook)
> Winslow4Prez (YouTube)
> Chair, SPAH entertainment committee
> Chair, SPAH awards committee
> Member, SPAH convention planning committee
> Staff, SPAH Convention event operation
> ________________________________
>  From: Music Cal <macaroni9999@xxxxxxxxx>
> To: harp-L list <harp-l@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Sent: Saturday, March 31, 2012 10:54 AM
> Subject: [Harp-L] Harmonica Sessions
> I enjoy reading the articles at Harmonica Sessions but this bimonthly
> webzine has not had a new issue since the Dec-Jan issue, passing Feb-March
> by. Does anybody know if the webzine is still healthy?

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