Review of “My Dony”

I always find it interesting to listen to how musicians grow and evolve from project to project. Clearly Grant Dermody’s latest offering, “My Dony” is a large step forward in his evolution. Since the early days of our relationship as fellow harmonica players, I’ve had...

Autumn News 2019

Hi Everyone, I hope you all are well and thriving! I just finished a new record, my second with my friend Dirk Powell! This one is called My Dony and it’s a straight ahead electric blues album. I wrote three tunes for the record, Dirk wrote three, including the title...

Spring Update

Hi Everyone, I just got back from an incredible road trip, full of music, frivolity, more music, and general mayhem. It started in Wisconsin with the phenomenal Tim Foss. Tim is, simply, one of the finest old-time fiddlers, and all-around musicians, you can find...

Review by Art Menius

Released: February 2010 Reviewed by Art Menius 2/10/2012 Seattle’s Grant Dermody long ago earned a reputation as an excellent harmonica blower equally comfortable in blues, old-time, and roots music while also capable of quite good singing and songwriting. Lay Down My...

Huffington Post by Steve Winnick

by Steve Winnick I may have spoken too soon about the Jesus and Devil thing, because there’s none of that on Grant Dermody’s latest album Sun Might Shine on Me, and his press material speaks a lot about Tibetan Buddhism. Dermody, a harmonica player who has worked with...