Blues Harp Wirral is an opportunity for harmonica players to meet, play and talk with other like-minded people. It takes place on a Sunday in each month at the Old Wallaseyans Club, 142 Grove Road, Wallasey, Wirral CH45 0JF between 7:30pm and 10:00pm - cost £3. Players of all abilities (including beginners) are welcome. This event is supported by HarmonicaUK. (formally called the National Harmonica League). The next event is Sunday February 23rd 2020.
Initially, the event is aimed at blues harmonica players, but if you play a different type or style of harmonica, then please come along or get in touch and we’ll see what we can do. Please contact me or come along and share your thoughts.
All you will need to bring is yourself and your harmonicas! If you’re a new player, then the usual starting place is a diatonic harmonica in the key of C; again, contact me if you need any help with this. There will be other instruments (e.g. guitar, bass, percussion) to provide backing. More information and updates are at www.facebook.com/BluesHarpWirral.
About the Old Wallaseyans Club AKA Wals
Situated on the edge of the seaside town of New Brighton, the Wals is less than a mile from Wallasey Grove Road railway station. It has a car park round the back (accessed via the left side of the building) and has disabled access. Most importantly, it has a bar which serves a variety of cask ales! The entrance is from the car park, and you may need to be buzzed in. Once inside, head straight on through the bar, turn left and through the double doors at the end.