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MICHAEL MULVANEY with RANDY LATIMER perform as an acoustic duo utilizing vocals, harmonica, acoustic guitar, violin and mandolin.

Historically, RANDY LATIMER played drums, sung http://michaelmulvaney.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/Mike-Randy-001.jpgbackup and wrote songs for the legendary “Wide Load” in 1969 and 1970. MICHAEL MULVANEY was the lead singer of that band.

In the summer of 1990 in Virginia Beach while MICHAEL MULVANEY was singing at The Neptune Festival, Randy was in the audience. Soon afterward, Randy showed up at a Woodbridge, VA engagement with his drums. Later he brought along his violin, leaving his drums at home. Adding mandolin in the spring of 2000, the duo continues to please various and diverse audiences whenever they have occasion to get together.

MICHAEL MULVANEY with MICHAEL ELSWICK is a duo utilizing the saxophones and flutes of MICHAEL ELSWICK in counterbalance to MICHAEL MULVANEY’s vocals, harmonica, and acoustic guitar.

MICHAEL ELSWICK is a seasoned musician who studied under instrumental masters John Purcell in New York and Andrew Nathaniel White, III, in Washington, DC. White is credited with being the most voluminously self-produced musician in the history of Jazz. MICHAEL ELSWICK accomplished this through a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.

MICHAEL MULVANEY w/ MICHAEL ELSWICK is a perfect fit for urban concert series, mountainside festival, urban nightclub, beachside restaurant, or estate and private gatherings.


Michalel Mulvaney with Patrick Healy is the newest Michael Mulvaney duo.

MICHAEL MULVANEY presents this unique duo leaning towards traditional Blues, including Jews Harp from PATRICK HEALY.

Jews Harp is amidst the oldest instruments. Patrick Healy plays a collection of Jews Harp from around the world. These are: Dan Mois, Maultrommels, Murchungas, and more. These instruments represent the music of many cultures from Europe, Asia, and Africa.

Healy says, “I like Jews Harp because it plays only one note. The Blues do not get much deeper than that” Humility noted, Healy’s approach includes multi-tones and timbres, and percussive sounds.

Acoustic guitar, harmonica, bodhran, and vocals are embellished with a symphony of Jews Harp.




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