Allan Hatten (blues artist)
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Who is Allan Hatten?
Allan Hatten: Profession:Entertainer,Composer and Musician. 2010 West Virginia State Harmonica Champion. Blowing down the doors of conventionality,Allan plays his harp like the multi-instrumentalist he is.Each song showcases his ability to play the harmonica as if it were another instrument.Hatten has no limitations on style.The blues cut straight to the bone and the contemporary sounds lyrically sing out. It's his versatility which distinguishes him from other great players. At the age of ten, the West Virginia born boy picked up his first harmonica and fell in love.He learned by listening to records and made the stage his workplace by the age of 14. In 1979 while in Monterey, California. he started working with a songwriter from Payson, Utah. by the name of Tanya Kae Manwill together they wrote the first album"Video Cowboy". They soon formed a band under the same name and toured the west and northwest United States. In 1986 Allan relocated to Nashville,TN.were he toured with several of the country music artist and worked as a Nashville session musician and shows at the Grand Ole Opry. In 1993 he was signed as an artist by producer Brian Gingerich and an instrumental album by the title" Call My Bluff" was recorded. In 1995 Allan did a live album by the title "Harmonica USA". From 1996 untill 2009 Allan has recorded four more albums" Harpin On The Blues","In The New Age" , "New Toys" and "The ABCs Of Harmonica" . Allan has traveled the states and Canada at lease four times over playing with the likes of Muddy Waters, Charlie Daniels and Lacy J. Dalton just to name a few.
- also known as Harmonica USA
- born on (63 years ago) in Huntington
- ethnicity: White people
- nationality: United States of America
- religion: Christian
- profession: Musician
- genres: Instrumental, Country, Southern rock, Blues, Childrens musical instruction
- albums: "Harpin On The Blues", "Video Cowboy", "Harmonica USA (Live)", "Call My Bluff", "In The New Age", "New Toys", "The ABCs Of Harmonica", "December 1986", "Live Album"
- official website: www.soundclick.com/allanhatten
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