The Grammy Winning Legend of Blues Charlie Musselwhite to Visit India for the first time
Blues legend Charlie Musselwhite, the 75 year old Grammy winning legend, elevates its sound and tone into something that reaches deep down inside, alternately caressing your heart, and sometimes, wringing it too
Blues legend Charlie Musselwhite, the 75 -year old Grammy-winning legend, elevates its sound and tone into something that reaches deep down inside, alternately caressing your heart, and sometimes, wringing it too.
He won the seventh Grammy award of career with his chart topping album with singer and guitarist Ben Harper, Get up! The veteran blues singer and harmonica great's other past collaborators range from John Lee Hooker and Cuban music great Eliades Ochoa to former San Diegans Tom Waits and Eddie Vedder.
It is believed that Charlie Musselwhite might be the only blues musician to get a huge ovation just for opening his briefcase, where he keeps his harmonicas. As far as musical instruments go, it's humble little thing that can be played any time, anywhere. But the 75 year old Grammy - winning legend elevates its sound and tone into something that reaches deep down inside, alteranetly caressing your heart and sometime wringing it too. The blues is your buddy in good times and your comforter in bad times. It empowers you to keep going, Musselwhite is known to say in interviews.
This weekend Indian fans will be packing the hall at Mehboob studios to watch the winner of 35 Blues Music Awards take the stage for his debut performance at the 2019 Mahindra Blues Festival in Mumbai.
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