By John W. Fountain III
Tuesday’s lunch hour rings with the harmony of a guitar and harmonica belonging to one man. It is a nonstop journey of classic tunes like “Sweet Home Chicago”, “Smokestack Lighting” and other instrumentals. He talks about music as his calling. Harmonica Hinds believes music to be more than something to be heard or felt at a distance. He adheres to the notion that you can influence lives. It is an approach that many young aspiring Blues musicians don’t mention. But a lot of these young artists do not have the rich musical history and diversity in their repertoire.
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