Re: [Harp-L] Re: The kid who could play Don Les

He made a CD under the name Harry Caine, but it was mostly a showcase for the producer/keyboardist/composer in charge of the project and showed little of what made Uwe special. He and Don Les had a genuine and incredible mind-meld going on onstage at the 1994 SPAH convention. If some of that magic had been captured and recorded, he'd be a true legend in the harmonica community.ÂWinslow Yerxa
Producer, theÂHarmonica Collective
Author, Harmonica For Dummies, Second Edition: ISBN 978-1-118-88076-0
ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Harmonica Basics For Dummies, ASIN B005KIYPFS
ÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂÂ Blues Harmonica For Dummies, ISBN 978-1-1182-5269-7
Resident Expert, bluesharmonica.comInstructor, JazzschoolÂCommunity Music SchoolPresident emeritus,ÂSPAH, the Society for the Preservation and Advancement of the Harmonica

      From: Steve Baker <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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 Subject: [Harp-L] Re: The kid who could play Don Les
His name is Uwe Penzold (that's pronounced Oovay), son of my former student Andreas Penzold. His parents broke up shortly after the SPAH visit mentioned here and the last time I saw him, Uwe was being hyped as a child harmonica star in an exceptionally tasteless manner by his mother's new flame, using the stage name "Harri Cane". Poor kid. As far as I know, nothing came of it. Dunno what he does now, his talent was genuine and I hope he finds the opportunity to pick up where he left off.

Steve Baker

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