[Harp-L] Afro-American chrom players
Mon May 31 14:21:02 EDT 2021
I'm guessing there are plenty out there that aren't well known, and I don't know why it matters whether Maret, etc... are American or not. Not sure I understand why their race matters either. The world is a melting pot with so many great and soulful chromatic players of various races and ethnicities.
But here's another: Thaddeus Hogarth is a multi-instrumentalist that plays chromatic and teaches guitar at Berklee in Boston. He'll be doing a workshop (as will I) for the HUK Chromatic Weekend beginning June 18:
> On May 30, 2021, at 11:28 AM, JOSEPH LEONE <3n037 at xxxxx> wrote:
> Julian qualifies. Not too many people know who he is? And if you count the islands of the 'New World' then Maret and Yonnet qualify.
> Maret? Father Swiss, mother Martiniquan? currently Nuevo Jork.
> Yonnet? Father French, mother Grenadinan? currently Washingaton dee Chee.
> Just guessing. lolol
>> On 05/30/2021 9:01 AM Gary Lehmann <gnarlyheman at xxxxx> wrote:
>> And Julian Davis, but he sounds a lot like Stevie--and not famous (yet!).
>> On Sun, May 30, 2021 at 7:59 AM Gary Lehmann < gnarlyheman at xxxxx mailto:gnarlyheman at xxxxx > wrote:
>>>>>> Well, Gregoire Maret's mom is African American, and he lives in NYC, perhaps he qualifies?
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