Jan 3, 2018
Joe Filisko reveals his love for American roots folk and blues music. He explains the mechanics of the harmonica in an in-depth description of reed design, adjusting, setting and tuning the diatonic harmonica and how this manifested in the Hohner Thunderbird Harmonica that Joe contributed his expertise to.
Joe is also an accomplished artist who travels the world with his Blues roots duo partner, Eric Noden, whom he’s recorded four studio records with at Joyride Studio with genius audio engineer Blaze Barton. Joe discusses their approach to studio recording, gear, microphones, amps, and techniques.
Joe is also a dedicated educator who has taught for decades at the Old Town School of Folk Music in Chicago, IL USA along with teaching workshops around the world. He also provides deeply researched harmonica lessons and teaching resources found on his website.
Filisko Harmonica Instruction: http://www.filiskostore.com/
Schedule and appearances, all things Filisko: http://www.filisko.com/
Joe Filisko & Eric Noden: https://www.rootsduo.com/
Old Town School of Folk Music: https://www.oldtownschool.org/
Filisko harmonica instruction Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/FiliskoStoreHarmonicaInstruction/
JoyRide Recording Studio - Blaise Barton: http://www.joyride-studio.com/
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