WESTBROOK — "Pocket Full of Soul: The Harmonica Documentary," narrated by Huey Lewis of The News, provides a raw and unvarnished look at the harmonica's rich subculture, the unique relationships forged between the instrument and its players, its versatility across music genres and its subsequent ubiquity. This one-time-only event presented by Maine Blues Society in conjunction with Tugg.com takes place at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28 at Cinemagic Westbrook 16.
Get up close and personal with the players, both famous and infamous, who helped to popularize the instrument as they relate universal tales of passion, creativity and musical celebration. "Pocket Full of Soul" is a movie presentation that features interviews and performances by the masters of the instrument including John Popper (of Blues Traveler), Magic Dick (of J. Geils Band), Clint Black, Lee Oskar (of WAR), James Cotton, Charlie Musselwhite, Robert Klein, Sugar Blue, “Survivorman” Les Stroud and many more.
Purchase tickets for $12 before Feb. 21 at www.tugg.com/events/2866.