overwhelmed by the nice response from professional
music critics to my track on the double CD released
in November 2015, on air on the radio stations
around the world.
March 19 th, 2017 my track "Rikers Island" was on
air on NDR.de at a program about New York.
other artists were Alicia Keys, Grandmaster Flash,
Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift,
Manhattan Transfer and Frank Sinatra.
Special thank's to an Ambassadour for the Blues Hall of Fame
two favorites were polar opposites. Swedens
Maria Coyote has a quirky vocal style that is as
equally potent as her harp tone, both of which are
on full display on a colorful read of
Leadbellys Rikers Island "
Maria Coyote, une des grosses surprises avec son
blues roots et son coffre à la Big Mama
Guide 5-star rating
In 2005 I walked
into a theater in USA, asked for a guitar and entered the
stage to perform Delta Blues on harmonica and a nylon
imagine someone from Scandinavia knowing the real old
delta blues like this"
From a Japanese
blogger who placed me top of female harpists
BLUES AND MORE FROM
For those who love
the blues, there is a harmonica and guitarist named Maria
Coyote out of Sweden . Very powerful Delta blues style,
with a freedom in performance that was present in the
20´s when that genre was at its peak, and not
so common now. You can find her site at:
http://www.mariacoyote.se/blues.htm Her main is also
interesting as she is a talented artist particularly in
The Delta Snake
blues, jazz, world music reviews and opinion, US
"It made me happy to
hear this. The guitar sound authentic and genuin in the
blues. It is seldom to hear someone sing the blues in the
old Mississippi-Delta way. Mature and fantastic voice
Music critic, Sweden
"She treat the guitar the same the old blues legends did.
On harmonica she is a master. Poweful voice,"
" She was held back on stage at a festival for 30 minutes
"She is unique"
Jazz legend Red
"One big flaw, though, is
that the ladies and non-Americans are unconsciously or by
choice overlooked. in my opinion, female
such as Maria Coyote,
Annie Raines, Willie Mae "Big Mama Thornton etc. belong to
the masters. For the non-American influenetial harmonicists,
the list is so long that I can't make a choice."
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