b. Walter Dixon, 28 January 1906, Somerville, Tx, USA, d. 7 Sept 1980, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Raised in farm function, Gray left house early and travelled, ultimately shifting north. In 1930, he dropped his view and two fingertips of his remaining submit a battle, and got to producing music for a full time income. He performed blues, having a rudimentary bottleneck acoustic guitar style, for the roads of Chicago for quite some time, and became popular for his regular performances on the Maxwell Road outdoor marketplace and other places around the town. He attracted the interest of youthful blues supporters and, in the 60s and 70s, made an appearance in concerts, celebrations and a good couple of brief movies. His repertoire was limited, but he produced several information, including some singles, which he marketed on the roads.