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Today is the day, Traveler’s Blues a collection of re-imagined and re-charged classics from The American Blues Songbook (on Round Hill Records) and featuring special guests Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, Warren Haynes, and Keb’ Mo’ as well as Rita Wilson and John Scofield who join the band on their cover of the Gnarls Barkley hit “Crazy.” …What instrument did Popper play in Blues Traveler?
Popper played trumpet in the Princeton High School Studio Jazz Band, and convinced the teacher to let him play harmonica instead, after an in-class solo on the song " She Blinded Me With Science ." He formed several garage bands with friends in Princeton, New Jersey, one of which evolved into Blues Traveler in 1987.Does Blues Traveler have a harmonica?
Blues Traveler. Popper is a founding member of Blues Traveler, serving as the band's front man with lead vocals and harmonica. For some songs, he forgoes the harmonica in favor of guitar, most often a 12-string acoustic. In addition, Popper has played the tin whistle on some recordings.Does the Blues Traveler have a daughter?
^ "Blues Traveler's John Popper Welcomes Daughter Eloise Ann – Moms & Babies – Celebrity Babies and Kids - Moms & Babies - People.com". PEOPLE.com. ^ "Blues Traveler on Sex, Drugs, and Bottles of Urine Frontman John Popper also digs deep into divorce and fatherhood". consequenceofsound.net. 26 December 2018. ^ "BluesTraveler.net - Info".