In association with
Mr Patrick Wells

Instruments: Harmonica
Genre/Style(s): Blues
Ability Levels: Beginners to Advanced


From website:

Paddy Wells has been singing and playing harmonica for more than two decades. With influences ranging from Sonny Boy Williamson and Paul Butterfield to William Clarke and Mitch Kashmar, he’s been described as an original and powerful player with ‘great tone and musicality’.

During seven years as frontman of Leeds-based Chicago blues band Poorboy, he’s appeared at most of the major blues festivals in the UK and supported the likes of Paul Jones, Mick Ralphs and Mud Morganfield. Poorboy’s recordings have been aired widely on radio stations across Europe.

Paddy has performed in the clubs of Chicago, played with top musicians in Austin and New Orleans and made a special guest appearance at the world famous Ground Zero Blues Club, Clarksdale MS.

Currently based in Leeds, he’s now a member of the long-running and highly regarded band, Crosscut Saw, bringing his unique sound to their hard-driving, rootsy blues. He conducts lessons, session work and gigs regularly with The Dave Hanson Band, appearing on Hanson’s latest album, Almost Horizontal.

Contact Patrick

Address: 25 High Street, Morley,
Yorkshire (West)
LS27 9AL
Phone: 07947445610
Mobile: 07947445610
Fee (60 minutes): £25.00

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