Lee Oskar left his native Denmark to move to the US at age 18, and was soon enjoying phenomenal success with the rock funk band War, interweaving soulful harmonica lines into the horn section.
Lee also has numerous solo albums, releasing some of the most downright catchy harmonica melodies ever recorded.
On top of all this, he set-up his own harmonica company, leading the way with innovations such as replacement reed plates and different tunings
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