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Paul Oscher

MauiFEST Hawaii’s sixth annual Hana Film Festival

November 6, 2008
By JON WOODHOUSE, Contributing Writer

In the summer of 1967, an eager 18-year-old harmonica player named Paul Oscher was invited to sit in with Muddy Waters and his band at a New York club. The legendary blues musician was so impressed with the young harp player wailing on the songs "Baby Please Don't Go" and "Blow Winds Blow," he hired Oscher on the spot. Thus the budding harmonica virtuoso joined the ranks of some of the greatest names in blues who had played with Waters including Little Walter, Otis Spann, James Cotton and Jimmy Rogers.



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