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Harp Attack – Featuring Tony Holiday Band with Larry Kurtz, Steve Marriner & Carlos Del Junco

A harmonica extravaganza featuring 4 award winning harp players backed up by the Tony Holiday Band from Memphis Tennessee. This show promises to blow the roof off the joint!

Tony Holiday

Tony Holiday is an award winning singer and harmonica player based in Memphis, Tennessee. 

Touring nationally and internationally, Tony is a family man and an entertainer who loves connecting with people and above all, bringing people together. 

You may catch the “Prince of the Porch” as he’s called by Blues Blast Magazine, recording blues icons on their front porches across the USA , on his latest release of “Porch Sessions” Volume 2

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Larry Kurtz

Harmonica player, singer/songwriter Larry Kurtz has entertained audiences at hundreds of shows in clubs, festivals and events over the last 25 years. He has shared the stage with some of the greats in the blues. Larry is a Maple Blues Awards and Canadian Indie Music Awards winner. He is also the Founder & Artistic Director of the Orangeville Blues & Jazz Festival.










Steve Marriner

One of Canada’s busiest artists, Steve Marriner has proven himself to be a versatile and highly skilled musician, song writer and producer. In addition to winning 9 Maple Blues Awards as a harmonica player and vocalist on his own, he has won another 10 Maple Blues, two Canadian Indie Music, 2 Junos, and  1 American Blues Music awards as one third of swamp rockers Monkey Junk.





Carlos Del Junco

Maple Blues Awards Harmonica Player of the Year – winner EIGHT times

Hohner World Harmonica Championship, Trossingen, Germany –
Two Gold Medals in both diatonic blues and diatonic jazzTo say that Carlos is just a harmonica player is like saying Jimi Hendrix was just a guitar player. He blows the blues harp through a prism — suddenly it seems he’s holding every color in the musical rainbow right there in his hands.