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 Harmonica Jam Camp VIII

St Louis, Mo. Harmonica Jam Camp VIII focusing on the fundamentals, the arts of improvisation, the fun of jamming, and you. At the Radison Hotel & Suites St. Louis, Mo. on April 22, 23, 24, 2005, with coaches John Costa, Jon Gindick, Richard Hunter, Adam Gussow, Dennis Gruenling and the Piping Hot Buttery Biscuiits of Blues.

Limited to 35 campers with 5 coaches

Friday, 4/22 5pm to 10 pm

Saturday, 4/23
9:15 am to 10 pm

Sunday, 4/24 9:30 am to 5 pm

$445 for three days of Jam Camp (does not include hotel room)

$395 for prior campers Groups: $50 referral fee hotel: $99 per night

Call 800-646-9245 For more info and sign up go to harmonicajamcamp.com

• Break-through in performance shyness
• In knowledge
• In harmonica technique
• In soloing ability
• In harmonica street smarts and skills
• In friendship
• In harmoni-community. Break through to your new harmonica level.

Your Coaches --

• Jon Gindick from Malibu, California - Long time harp and guitar player and since 1977, author of the world's best selling harmonica instruction books. (Over a million sold.) Was dead broke then came up with Jam Camp idea a couple of years ago and we've now put on 7 camps, each better than the last.

• Dennis Gruenling from New Jersey, acclaimed band leader, harmonicist for group "Jumptime" one of the most accomplished amplified blues harp players on the scene today, an expert in amplification and custom mics, and full time tongue-blocker-- Dennis is also a great teacher . This will be his fouth jam camp.

• Adam Gussow -- from University of Mississippi, This guy is legend to harp players, the harmonica half of blues duo "Adam and Satin", a published novelist, and one of the most respected blues harmonica teachers/players in the world. He is also professor of creative writing at University of Ol' Miss.

• Richard Hunter from New England, solo harmonica artist with a wide range of professional credits and widely respected self-released CD "The Act of Being Free" Richard is an intensely creative harmonicist and comitted instructor.

• John Costa from Indiana a wonderful teacher/player/guitarist and expert in prewar blues harmonica harmonica

• Mark Wilson from Irvine, California He coordinates the groups, moving people to where they need to be. No one gets lost in Jam Camp. Atlanta Campers Speak Out.

• The Hot Buttery Biscuits of Blues One of St. Louis' best bands -- and they love to teach. They will be attending the entire seminar, and we are lucky to have them.

Join us in St. Louis at 800-646-9245, call Jon at 310-457-8278 or stop by harmonicajamcamp.com
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