Hokey Sloan-I Am Still Around

Kurt Shore-Quiet House

Doug Phillips-I Will Comfort You

Jon Gindick-Bird On A Wire

Jon Gindick

Jon Gindick

Harp Master Gindick for Stage and Workshop

Guitar and harmonica king Jon Gindick has long been known as one of the most exciting harmonica players and teachers on the international scene. His books on playing blues harmonica have sold over 1.5 million copies and created generations of harp players. Gindick’s Mississippi Delta Blues Harmonica Jam Camps, held several times a year in Clarksdale, Mississippi’s Shack Up Inn, are world-famous, and Gindick is legendary for making learning fun, fast and creative. He is often credited with getting more people playing harp than anyone else in the world. Jon’s act as a single performer, playing harmonica & guitar and singing his songs, has opened festivals, led symphonies, closed bars, and earned standing ovations. As a rack player, he is second to none. Jon’s Cd of original songs “When We Die, We All Come Back As Music” was named “Best Blues Album of 2010” by Hollywood Music in Media Awards in 2010. Produced by Los Angeles bass and keyboardist Ralph Carter, several of the songs, including “Ghost Dance” and “School” have been nominated for songwriting awards.Expressing it all is Jon’s of talented pals featuring Jon on harp and guitar, Ralph Carter on bass, and drummer Pete Gallagher. At the core of the band’s passionate performance is Gindick’s rich voice, great songs, and full throated harmonica. It’s a different take on the blues, exactly what you’d expect from Jon Gindick. If you are looking for a multi-talented, well known and charismatic performer who can bring a band, play as a solo, put on workshops and harp shows for his international blues-loving audience, bring in Jon Gindick. You can find his lessons and for-camera performances all over You Tube.
Jon’s Mississippi Delta Blues Harmonica Jam Camps
Each March, May and September Jon Gindick and his team of coaches puts on a 5-day Blues Harmonica n Jam Camp at the Shack Up Inn in Clarksdale, Mississippi. If you want to immerse yourself in blues harp, guitar and your own sacred musicality in the Heart of the Blues Country, this is as good as it gets.“