Re: [Harp-L] grant dermody

Thank you Mick
Very kind of you! 
This is going to be an acoustic American roots recording; blues, old time, and some Cajun/creole/zydeco as well.
The Indiegogo fundraiser has ended.
If anyone still wants to contribute, please e-mail me and I'll fill you in.
Happy Solstice everyone!

On Dec 21, 2013, at 10:38 AM, Mick Zaklan <mzaklan@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

>   Looks like Grant Dermody has an interesting new project underway; a
> recording session in Cajun country:
> .
>   I believe I once heard Joe Filisko refer to Grant as "The Tone Hammer".
> Pretty descriptive of Grant's big sound.  What I like about Grant is that
> he isn't trying to make the harmonica into a saxophone or guitar or piano.
> Not that those approaches don't bear fruit, but sometimes I just want to
> hear gobs of notes played together.  Sounding like trains, church choirs
> shouting, convicts working in a field long ago, etc.  Sounding like a
> self-taught folk instrument.  Grant will give you that, plus impeccable
> background work and fierce soloing.
>   I wish him the best here and expect another great CD from him.
> Mick Zaklan

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