The East and the West have very different approaches to music. Their instruments even feature different sounds, so it takes
quite the musician to be able to link the two. One man that has done just that is Harry Manx. His unique style of creating
music is best enjoyed live, which is why his concert
dates have remained so popular over the years.
Harry Manx's talent is even more impressive considering on which genre he bases his work. He is a blues performer, and
his style is described as "Mysticssippi." He takes blues music and adds in the Indian sounds of ragas, creating a music that
is captivating and unique. Even today, he continues to evolve his sound with every new release and each of his tour dates.
Harry Manx loved music most of his life and already knew how to play a slide guitar before he went to Indian While in India,
he learned the 20-strnged Mohan Veena, which was invented by Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. Manx studied under Bhatt while he was in
India, and he then took everything he learned back to the West with him. He began releasing albums in the early 2000s.