The 1 Question You've Always Had About the Roseanne Theme Song, Answered

You know you're up way too late when you hear the harmonica from Roseanne's theme song playing on TV. The iconic instrumentals were first heard back in 1988 when the show premiered on ABC. Since then, fans of the series have come to love the groovy tune, which will hopefully make a return in the upcoming reboot. As for who deserves the credit for playing the harmonica, it depends on which season you're watching.

For seasons one through eight, the theme song was composed by Dan Foliart and Howard Pearl with Los Angeles-based musician John Juke Logan credited as the original harmonica player.

In the ninth (and what was supposed to be final) season, that honor went to John Popper, frontman of the rock band Blues Traveler. Popper lent his signature harmonica melody and original lyrics to the series before it went off the air in 1997.

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