“A Blues Collector’s Must-Have”

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Wallace Coleman played blues harmonica with the legendary Robert Lockwood Jr. as well as forming his own groups during his long career. His creative style can be heard on live and studio recordings with Robert Lockwood and on his own albums, all of which include some songs he wrote.

CDs for Blues Lovers

“…Wallace Coleman should be ranked among the very best of today’s blues harp players.” — Living Blues, February 2002

Stretch My Money

by Wallace Coleman

“Coleman’s warm vocals and tone & vibrato on harp are always a pleasure. ‘Shake Me’ is a real peach.” — England’s Blues & Rhythm Magazine, October 2000

Live at Joe’s

by Wallace Coleman

Wallace Coleman is critically considered one of the premier harmonica players in the world of Blues. He is now and will be sited as a major influence by ‘harp’ players well into the future.

The Bad Weather Blues

by Wallace Coleman

I love the songs on this Album. Especially since he and his wife Jody wrote several. He is a wonderfully talented harmonica Blues player. The best I’ve heard. I’m also his sister. —Janie M. Coleman

Blues in the Wind

by Wallace Coleman

Robert Jr. Lockwood said he would never hire a harmonica player. Then he heard Wallace Coleman play. Wallace was with Robert for 10 years. This CD is a tribute to Robert Jr. Lockwood.

Live from Sao Paulo to Severance

by Wallace Coleman

From his Sao Paulo tour in November of 2013 to his musical event at Cleveland’s beautiful Severance Hall in January of 2015, these live recordings capture the depth and feeling of American Blues.