Seattle, WA — Dreams We Share Productions dreamsweshare.com is proud to announce the release of harmonica legend/composer Lee Oskar’s new album “She Said Mahalo” available on September 15th, 2023. The ten-track album of Lee Oskar’s original compositions includes rich instrumentations featuring Oskar’s signature harmonica and many other outstanding musicians, including those who perform with Oskar regularly as Lee Oskar & Friends: Darian Asplund (Saxophone); Andrew Cloutier (Drums); Denali Williams (Percussion); Dean Schmidt (Bass); Brian Monroney (Guitar); Alex Mortland (Guitar); Andrew Joslyn (Strings); and Mack Grout (Keys and Piano); as well as special guest artists: Takahiro Miyazaki (Saxophone and flute); Paul Hanson (Bassoon); Randy Oxford (Trombone) Harold Brown (Drums, Percussion); Thin Diop (Percussion); Joe Doria (Organ); Phil Peterson (Strings); “Sancho” Youichrou Suzuki (Shakuhachi) and Mayo Higa (Shamisen).
New Release Alert: Lee Oskar’s world premiere video for “Funky Rhetoric” is Out Now!
We are thrilled to announce the much-awaited release of Lee Oskar’s latest video, “Funky Rhetoric,” which has hit the airwaves !
Lee Oskar, the legendary harmonica virtuoso, has once again captivated us with his unmatched musical prowess. “Funky Rhetoric” is a dynamic fusion of funk, soul, and Oskar’s signature harmonica magic, guaranteed to get you moving and uplift your spirits.
Seattle, WA — Dreams We Share Productions dreamsweshare.com is proud to announce the release of harmonica legend/composer Lee Oskar’s NEVER FORGET on January 28, 2022. Composed, produced, and illustrated by Lee Oskar, recorded, mixed and co-produced by Brandon Busch, Never Forget powerfully addresses the atrocities of the Holocaust, while also serving as a stirring reminder that great music is a universal force for everything positive and vibrant throughout society. Never Forget’s nine largely instrumental tunes are sequenced like a soundtrack. The son of a holocaust survivor, Never Forget is Oskar’s musical memoir – Passages Through Music – telling his journey, his and his family’s story — but also humanity’s story.