Daniel Granado is a Brazilian blues harmonica player, who participated in several prominent bands in the blues scene in Sao Paulo.
In his works the phrasing contains modern techniques, but also always preserving the traditional language of the instrument. Performed opening shows for big names in national and international blues, participated in festivals of blues and jazz, played in major concert halls and bars of the segment.
He recorded with several bands, highlighted the "DVD Live Blues Session Electric Band" at the Centro Cultural Sao Paulo, where he was a great received by critics.
Participated as a harmonica player revelation of the International Meeting of Harmonica Players (Brazil), produced by Flávio Guimarães (SESC), the main meeting of Latin America, where he had the opportunity to share the stage with the great Howard Levy.
Today's collaborator and endorser Hohner, where he had the opportunity to participate in the production of the catalog Hohner / Musical Izzo Brazil, participates in presentations, workshops and productions of musical projects in partnership with the Hohner Musical and Izzo, spreading the culture of the country with harmonica his band, teaches music (Allegro School and IHU) and works as a researcher at UNESP (Universidade Estadual Paulista).
"Since I started playing the harmonica, the Hohner has always been a reference of quality and tradition, the great masters always used it, certainly for its unparalleled timbre. This is the perfect tool for those looking for great sound and durability."