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Big Amos Patton


Big Amos Patton found music with one of the most extraordinary pedigrees a guy could have, like a nephew of Charley Patton himself. Created in 1921 in Sardis, MS, he was raised combined with the blues like a documented moderate, and his personal style was seriously affected by that of Grain Miller, aka Sonny Boy Williamson II. He shifted to Western Memphis, AR, after offering in World Battle II, mostly dealing with Joe Willie Wilkins, performing radio displays and playing regional juke joints. Through the early ’60s, Patton began doing your research a music he’d written known as “He Won’t Bite Me Double,” which he designed to record himself. After turning down the present of the publishing offer from Stax Information (who apparently needed the music for Albert Ruler), he finished up at Hi there Information for five years, documenting intermittently and executing around his portion of the South, and was sufficient to rate an area in a single installment from the middle-’60s television spirit showcase The !!!! Defeat (web host/originator Hoss Allen must’ve cherished his function). “He Won’t Bite Me Double” finished up getting as near a personal tune as Patton ever endured, but he was hardly ever heard from once again on record after its inclusion on the Hi anthology record in the middle-’70s

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Full Name Big Amos Patton
Music Songs Move With Me Baby, Going to Vietnam, He Won't Bite Me Twice, You're Too Young, I'm Gone, Dog Man

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Soldier Soldier 1994 TV Series stunts - 1 episode
Between the Lines 1994 TV Series stunt performer - 1 episode
The Wanderer 1994 TV Series stunt double - 1 episode
999 1992 TV Series documentary stunt performer - 1 episode
Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves 1991 stunt performer
Henry V 1989 stunt player
Bill 1981 TV Movie stunt performer
Band of Brothers 2001 TV Mini-Series stunts - 2 episodes
The Fourth Angel 2001 utility stunts
Shockers: Parent's Night 2000 TV Short stunt performer - uncredited
Mosley 1998 TV Series stunt performer - 1 episode
Tomorrow Never Dies 1997 stunts - uncredited
The Borrowers 1997 stunts
The Jackal 1997 stunt performer - uncredited
Bugs 1997 TV Series stunt performer - 1 episode
Bodyguards 1996-1997 TV Series stunts - 7 episodes
Adam's Family Tree 1997 TV Series stunt performer - 1 episode
Loch Ness 1996 stunt man
Noel's House Party 1996 TV Series stunt performer - 1 episode
GoldenEye 1995 stunts - uncredited
First Knight 1995 stunts - uncredited
Ghosts 1995 TV Series stunt performer - 1 episode
The Glass Virgin 1995 TV Mini-Series stunt performer - 1 episode



The Jack Benny Program 1960 TV Series Usher
Steve Canyon 1958 TV Series Lt. Sandeman

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