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  Jarred Goldweber started playing harmonica at the age of twelve, after attending a local arts camp located on the west side of Cleveland.  With the help of harmonica players such as Adam Gussow, Jason Ricci, as well as local legends like Wallace Coleman, Jack Charlton, and Crazy Marvin Braxton; Jarred rose up through the ranks as one of the most unique and innovative harmonica players in the Rock and Roll capital.

Jarred has performed and presented at the 2014, 2015 and 2016 Society for the Preservation and Advancement of Harmonica (SPAH) international conventions in Denver Colorado,  Saint Louis Missouri and San Antonio Texas.

 Jarred has been featured on the Hohner harmonica and International Blues Society websites.*


* Member of the International Blues Foundation

* Member of the Northeast Ohio Blues Society

* Member of the Memphis Blues Society

* 2014 Youth Grant Recipient- International Blues Foundation

Jarred plays through a Lone Wolf Blues Company HarpTrain 10 and Lone Wolf pedals, Sennheiser E835 microphone, and plays Hohner harmonicas.