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John Popper

About John Popper

As the frontman for Blues Traveler, John Popper has gained respect as a great singer and a phenomenal harmonica player. His solo tracks help him to establish his own voice away from Blues Traveler, relying on a different (and very talented) backup band. Some tunes are slower and more self searching, while others are boogie-speed swamp rock. Popper's songwriting is personal, heartfelt and focuses on his singing, but there are still moments when you can hear that ferociously fast and funky harmonica blowing through a Marshall stack.

Listen toJohn Popperon Rhapsody

As the frontman for Blues Traveler, John Popper has gained respect as a great singer and a phenomenal harmonica player. His solo tracks help him to establish his own voice away from Blues Traveler, relying on a different (and very talented) backup band. Some tunes are slower and more self searching, while others are boogie-speed swamp rock. Popper's songwriting is personal, heartfelt and focuses on his singing, but there are still moments when you can hear that ferociously fast and funky harmonica blowing through a Marshall stack.

About John Popper

As the frontman for Blues Traveler, John Popper has gained respect as a great singer and a phenomenal harmonica player. His solo tracks help him to establish his own voice away from Blues Traveler, relying on a different (and very talented) backup band. Some tunes are slower and more self searching, while others are boogie-speed swamp rock. Popper's songwriting is personal, heartfelt and focuses on his singing, but there are still moments when you can hear that ferociously fast and funky harmonica blowing through a Marshall stack.

About John Popper

As the frontman for Blues Traveler, John Popper has gained respect as a great singer and a phenomenal harmonica player. His solo tracks help him to establish his own voice away from Blues Traveler, relying on a different (and very talented) backup band. Some tunes are slower and more self searching, while others are boogie-speed swamp rock. Popper's songwriting is personal, heartfelt and focuses on his singing, but there are still moments when you can hear that ferociously fast and funky harmonica blowing through a Marshall stack.