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Know You Rider

by Dead Tuna

Performing under the name DEAD TUNA, Guinness(TM) world record holder & virtuoso guitarist JEFF AUG together with harp virtuoso HANS "Harmonica" PENZOLDT play rockin´ acoustic country blues.
Genre: Blues: Acoustic Blues
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Performing under the name DEAD TUNA, Guinness(TM) world record holder & virtuoso guitarist JEFF AUG together with harp virtuoso HANS "Harmonica" PENZOLDT perform rockin´ acoustic country blues.

Jeff Aug

- Has toured Europe as support for moe., Allan Holdsworth, and Soft Machine.
- Has performed as guitarist for Merl Saunders Band
- Guitarist of British icon Anne Clark since 2002
- Guinness World Record Holder for "the most concerts performed in different countries in 24 hours"
- Solo acoustic instrumental fingerstyle guitar virtuoso has been featured on NPR and had a #1 album on the iTunes Acoustic Music Charts with his album Living Room Sessions.

Hans "Harmonica" Penzoldt:
- Virtuoso harp player who has performed with Spencer Davis Group, Alvin Lee of Ten Years After, and Louisiana Red

DEAD TUNA plays rockin´ acoustic country and blues, including songs from Robert Johnson, Reverend Gary Davis, Grateful Dead, and songs made famous by Hot Tuna, as well as American traditional folk, and of course, a few virtuoso instrumentals.

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