Harry Manx has been called an 'essential link' between the music of East and West, creating musical short stories that wed the tradition of the Blues with the depth of classical Indian ragas. He has created a unique sound that is hard to forget and deliciously addictive to listen to.
Harry has performed across Canada, into the USA, Australia, France, Singapore and Spain. He has appeared at festivals, world-class theatres, concert halls and infamous Blues clubs around the globe. Playing the Mohan Veena, lap steel and guitar, Harry quickly envelops the audience into what has been dubbed 'the Harry Zone' with his warm vocals and the hauntingly beautiful melodies of his original songs.
Blending Indian folk melodies with blues, a sprinkle of gospel, and compelling grooves, Manx’s 'mysticssippi' flavour is evocative and hard to resist.
Titles include: Can't Be Satisfied, Sitting On Top of the World, Working On The Railroad, Goodtime Charlie, Baby Please Don't Go, Afghani Raga, Oh Death, Crazy Love, Spoonful, Tijuana, Bring That Thing, A Coat of Mail, Steal Six, Only Then Will Your House Be Blessed and Don't Forget To Miss Me.