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Harmonica Player Dennis Gruenling teaches a harmonica workshop before he performed Monday, February 4, 2013 at Gino's Pizza & Spaghetti House Pub.
Harmonica Club hosts national performer
Feb. 04, 2013 @ 11:19 PM
HUNTINGTON -- The Harmonica Club of Huntington hosted national performer Dennis Gruenling Monday night for workshops and a show at Gino's Pizza & Spaghetti House Pub at 2501 5th Ave.
Gruenling tours the country playing shows and has four albums. He also has been published in Real Blues Magazine, the American Harmonica Newsletter and hosts his own blues and roots radio show in the New York-New Jersey market.
Monday's free show featured members of the Harmonica Club of Huntington and Gruenling.
The club meets at Gino's at 7 p.m. each Tuesday.
For more information about the club, which was started in 2001 by Brian Salters and Eddie 'Blue' Dawson, visit www.hhcwv.com.
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