A tasty harmonica accompanist & soloist, Michael D’Eath grew up in England singing in choirs and harmony groups. In the 1970s, he moved to Texas as a teenager to pursue an entrepreneurial career in high technology. Twenty years later he chose harmonica as his primary instrument. He studied privately with Austin legend, JB Henry, as well as with many world class instructors, including Norton Buffalo, Gary Primich, Rob Roy Parnell, Peter “Madcat” Ruth, Joe Filisko, JimiLee, Will Scarlett, and Winslow Yerxa. He is an accomplished player in several musical styles and in several harmonica positions on both diatonic and chromatic harmonicas.
Michael has shared the stage with many great performers, including Brenda Freed, Sara Hickman, John Inmon, Claudia Nygaard, Karen Abrahams, George Ensle, Jaime Michaels, Gerry Burns, Graham Warwick and Patrick Green. Michael is also an experienced and sought-after recording session player.