Charlie Sayles Washington, D.C.
After Vietnam, Charlie taught himself the harmonica. In 1971, he played the streets for money. While in New York, a curator for the Smithsonian, Ralph Rinzler, heard Charlie playing and set him up playing with Pete Seeger. He has also played with Bill Monroe and Bobby Parker and toured all over world. His first album was in 1976 on the Dusty Road Label. He has several releases on JSP Records.
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