Pocket Full of Soul Screening Feb. 28 - needs your help!

Calling all harmonica fans, blues history buffs, curious bystanders...we're promoting an exclusive, one-night-only screening of a new harmonica documentary, Pocket Full of Soul on Thursday, February 28 at the Landmark Embassy Cinema in Waltham, MA. The movie is narrated by Huey Lewis and features some big and small names in harmonica - I think I get my 3 seconds of fame here too. However, if we don't meet the threshold of 81 tickets reserved by February 21st, they will cancel the screening. If we can get enough people interested, this will be a great event including a harmonica workshop, some live music and potentially some notable attendees! Hope you will join us! Please share this and help spread the word. And go online to reserve a ticket at www.tugg.com/events/2943
(if the attendance threshold is not met, the show will be cancelled and your credit card won't be charged)

Pocket Full of Soul

Thanks to everyone who made the evening a success! 130 people attended the film screening and we wrapped up the evening with a harp jam featuring Charlie Sawyer, Mike Turk, Professor Harp, Mr. Nick David, Mark Earley, Jason Novak, young Owen Wright, and the fabulous Nick Adams and Paul Rishell on guitars. What a pleasure to live in a city that can boast so many great players.

Pocketful of Soul

I saw you Annie, in PFOS in NYC -- you were terrific and you were the ONLY woman harp player. I hope you'r coming to SPAH. I am. (I met you at Jon Gindick's jam camp last May).
Harp on,
Margie

from attendees david and laura...

very personal and intimate setting...
been looking for this since i left seattle area;(story to and from) born and raised in NE, spent nearly 20 yrs just N. of seattle... Paul De Lay, well you know...
I grew up and am still in touch with Harmonica Bob, J. Giels(blood street blues band)and good friend Gary Wilson.
Lest we forget local Lowell-lifes for days since past... The Matt Murray band. But out west, two very notable bands, close friends and loads of fun... Swamp Mama Johnson as well as Tim Casey and the Blues Catz !!!!
(just ask Charlie M. he knows about those casino night competions).
Loved the event, more than i expected, you people are TRUE community leaders.......

Pocket Full Of Soul

We'll see you there tonight!!!!

Rick D

Blues

Looking forward to it. I play blues harp. My brother Loren does some film editing -- think you guys have met.
Best,
Ethan B. Miller