- Teaches students:
- Ages 18+
- Teaching since:
NOTE: WILL TRAVEL to N. VA. LOCATIONS ONLY.
Innovative and enthusiastic harmonica coach - live and in person - Get playing right away - Fun and informative sessions from a pro harp player. All styles:
Blues/Rock/Southern Rock/Folk/Country/Bluegrass/Jazz, smooth and improvised. We'll study breathing and playing techniques and discuss stagecraft and musician etiquette. Our time together will be engaging sessions rather than tedious lessons. Let the jams begin!!
Currently a member of Night Watch Paradox, follow our musical journey of Magnificent Machines and Astonishing Tales on Facebook!
I look forward to our first harmonica lesson!
I've been coaching beginners who want to give that harp that's been sitting in a drawer for years a shot, to seasoned musicians who wanted to add harp to their repertoire. My experience to date and prior to coaching has been playing and recording with acts from various genres around the globe.+ Read More
Very Patient Teacher, Recommend it!
Great teacher! I've been dabbling with harp for many years, but I couldn't believe how quickly I improved when I started lessons with Joe. We worked on all aspects of harp: the importance of playing tastefully, and of not playing; how to stand, how to breathe; technical aspects, like proper use of mics and what amps work for harp. After just a few lessons my band mates were stunned at my improvement. I've already recomended him to another player.+ Read More
I've worked with Joe in our band Night Watch Paradox since 2014. He is a consummate band mate and amazingly versatile harmonica player. We play a wide variety of original songs drawing from many musical genres. Joe is able to find the perfect harmonica part to suit each song, whether it's a wailing solo in a blues harp style, or a tasteful and haunting melody on a chromatic harp.
If you're looking for an experienced and accomplished harmonica teacher who will show you the basics, but then take your playing beyond the usual and predictable harmonica tunes, then you should give Joe a call.