(1914 –2001). American born musician, widely acknowledged as one of the world's most skilled harmonica players. Composers such as Vaughan-Williams, Malcolm Arnold, and Darius Milhaud composed works for him. During the later stage of his career he was known for his collaborations with popular musicians Sting, Kate Bush and Cerys Matthews. Visited South Africa in 1938, performing at the Empire Theatre in 1938 on the same bill as “Afrique”.
See Tucker, 1997
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