Photo by Jeffery Luhn


Penny Hanna - Solo Viola da Gamba - "My Mistress"

Penny on viola da gamba, playing "My Mistress hath a pritty [sic] thing" by musician, composer, soldier, raconteur and self-proclaimed gentleman Tobias Hume published in "The First Part of Ayres for the Viole De Gambo alone" 1605, London.

"64" - Slide Man Slim & Penny Hanna

Slim wrote this harmonica instrumental on the occasion of the completion of his 64th trip around the sun.

"The Photograph" - Slide Man Slim & Penny Hanna

The scene is the legendary Split Rail club in Austin TX, circa 1975. The pictured band is The Reynolds Sisters and the New Oso Band. The song is "The Photograph", written by Slim Heilpern for his amazing and wonderful wife Penny, seen here at center stage.

The recording:

Penny Hanna: Fender Jazz Bass guitar
Slim Heilpern: Vocal, Godin nylon guitar, Standel (Koontz) archtop guitar, Fender Stratocaster guitar, Fessenden pedal steel guitar, Hohner CX12 chromatic harmonica, percussion programming, audio production.

Pictured (l - r): Maggie Reynolds, Carl Creeger, Penny Hanna, Slim Heilpern, Billy "Shorty" Marshal

Penny Hanna - Solo Viola da Gamba - Partita XII Solo - August K├╝hnel (1645 - c.1700)

This is an excerpt from Penny Hanna's solo viola da gamba concert recorded live on April 20, 2017 at the Santa Cruz Public Library's "Munching with Mozart & Friends" series.

Studio-cam video of "Buffalo Wings (for Norton)"

From the West Coast Jazz Harmonica Summit 2009

The following video is taken from the West Coast Jazz Harmonica Summit 2009 DVD, produced by Slim and featuring seven other jazz harmonica players (in addition to Slim). Full details, including where to purchase the DVD, are here: