Hailing from Interface Arthur, Tx (exactly the same hometown because the legendary Janis Joplin), guitarist Becky Barksdale started playing when her grandfather provided her a musical instrument at age twelve. She discovered quickly and was gigging in the local scene by enough time she was sixteen, resulting in a period on the highway with an incarnation of blues-boogie music group Canned Temperature. Through person to person, Barksdale found the eye of Michael Jackson and was handpicked to try out electric guitar for the pop superstar on his tour to market his Dangerous discharge in 1993. With her account quickly increasing, Barksdale became the very first act agreed upon to the home Of Blues label, showing up in the 1997 compilation Necessary LADIES IN Blues for the brand new label. In 1999, she released Genuine Live, which gained enthusiastic testimonials which heralded Barksdale being a increasing talent within the blues-rock field.
|1||Lead guitarist with Michael Jackson in the mid-90s.|
|2||Lead guitarist and vocalist with Canned Heat in the early 90s.|
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