Harmonica Legend Charlie Musselwhite on the High-Flying Muddy Waters - Public Radio's The Dinner Party

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Blues Hall of Famer Charlie Musselwhite plays a mean harmonica. Some say he inspired Dan Ackroyd’s character in “The Blues Brothers.” He’s performed with everyone from John Lee Hooker to Bonnie Raitt - and traded stories with them, too. Today we overhear one of those tales. (Charlie’s new album - a collaboration with Ben Harper - is called Get Up! They’ll be touring the country in March.)
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