Monday, June 27, 2011


Caught this Dallas-Fort Worth bluesman jamming with "Group Therapy" at Fort Worth's KEY LOUNGE (with Bobby Counts on bass, Danny Ross on keyboards, Gonzy Trevino on drums, Mace Maben on guitar and the Mabenettes on vocals).

Hash Brown has been playing the blues since 1973. He moved from Connecticut to Dallas, TX in 1983. Since moving to Dallas, Hash Brown has played with many of Texas's finest bluesmen, including ZuZu Bollin, Sam Myers, Henry Quails, Ray Sharpe, Big Al Dupree, Robert Ealey, and U.P. Wilson just to name a few.
Hash Brown has toured Europe many times, and appears on no less than 25 different recordings as a sideman and under his own name.
Hash Brown has been written about in many national and international blues publications including: Living Blues magazine, Blues Review, and Block (the Netherlands).
Currently, Hash Brown runs no less than 3 blues jams a week, and plays in a multitude of different arrangements of musicians, everything from solo Texas and Mississippi style blues, to a trio playing a wide range of modern sounds, 4,5 and 6 piece bands playing Chicago style blues or jump style big band. Hash Brown is a multi-instrumentalist, and besides being a great talent on guitar, he is a superb harmonica player and vocalist.
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HASH BROWN  Original song performed by the artist as part of the Dallas/Fort Worth Blues Scene Sampler Project

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