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Re: bluegrass looping

Welcome Mike,

I love a good harmonica! Be sure to let everyone here know if you have any
demos or CDs coming out with a looped harmonica. I'd be very interested in
getting a copy.

Hey, Whatever happened to the Midimonica?

Randy Jones

-----Original Message-----
From: Jane/Mike Stevens <stevens@ebtech.net>
To: Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com <Loopers-Delight@annihilist.com>
Date: Friday, December 12, 1997 5:54 PM
Subject: Re: bluegrass looping

>>Hi folks,    this is my first posting to the list although I have been
>lurking for a yr or so.My name is Mike Stevens I play bluegrass for a
>with Jim and Jesse.I am a harmonica player wich is a nontraditional instr
>for bluegrass ,but I have made some inroads with it.Anyhow I have been
>looping for several years and recently recieved a grant from the Canadian
>Arts Council to do a experimental recording that has some solo looping on
>it. Bluegrass and looping is a great concept but the traditional audiences
>would freak out ,there are shows I work that wont even allow an electric
>bass on stage [pretty wierd] I would just like to say thanks to everyone
>the many things I have learned on this list.
>                       Mike