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    NEWS

    21 September, 2017

    HOHNER is main sponsor of the World Harmonica Festival (WHF) 2017

    The World Harmonica Festival (WHF) 2017, which is held from November 1st to 5th, 2017, is again sponsored by HOHNER.

    30 August, 2017

    The new HOHNER

    A new look, language and feel – high quality you remember.

    09 August, 2017

    Harmonikids In West Texas

    On February 27, 2015 I provided a Hohner sponsored Harmonikids session to The High Frontier, a sprawling ranch facility for troubled youth outside of Fort Davis, Texas. In the session 90 participants were entertained then gifted harmonicas and taught to play four songs. It was a rousing success and the teens were enthusiastically proud of their newly discovered musical ability.

    15 July, 2017

    Harmonikids Hohner-Sponsored Session with Troubled Youth in the Mississippi Delta

    Often my Harmonikids sessions have particularly deep-rooted personal meaning. This is especially true in the case of my return visits to the Sunflower Landing facility in Mississippi. So much of the music and musicians that made the Blues the most popular and beloved music ever to be played on the harmonica came from rural towns in the Mississippi Delta. Howling Wolf, James Cotton, and Sonny Boy Williamson are just a few of the great Blues harpmen to come directly from the area. In my teens I had the unsurpassed thrill of witnessing the legendary Clarksdale, Mississippi-born Bluesman Muddy Waters perform with his band that included the legendary Pinetop Perkins, James Cotton, and Bob Margolin. The experience changed my life and shaped my musical direction.

    23 June, 2017

    Harmonikids Session for Students with Learning Disabilities

    On May 8, 2017 I provided a Hohner/KHS sponsored Harmonikids session to a classroom of three dozen participants at the Access School for children with learning disabilities in Davie, FL. In spite of their many diverse obstacles to learning, all students were fully focused and engaged throughout the 90 minute session.