b. 10 July 1926, Hughes, Arkansas, USA, d. 3 Apr 1960, Horseshoe Lake, Arkansas, USA. An admirer of John Lee (Sonny Boy) Williamson, Joe Pugh aka Forest Town Joe only documented two periods 11 years aside, but we were holding enough to make a significant popularity. He lived the majority of his lifestyle in Crittenden State, which encompasses the websites of his delivery and loss of life. Like a great many other harmonica players developing up in the 30s, his idolization of Williamson resulted in an imitation not merely of his instrumental design but also from the talk impediment that affected his ‘tongue-tied’ vocals. In the past due 40s he travelled north to Chicago many times, getting a popularity in the night clubs where he performed. On 2 Dec 1948, half a year after Williamson have been murdered with an glaciers pick, Pugh documented eight game titles for Aristocrat using a guitarist tentatively defined as J.C. Cole. Only 1 single was released at that time, merging ‘Memory space Of Sonny Boy’ and ‘A Female On Every Road’. The entire session premiered in the past due 80s. Time for Arkansas, nothing at all was heard about him until August 1959, when Alan Lomax documented him for the Southern Folk Heritage series, both single and having a music group including guitarist Sonny Young man Rodgers, carrying out Williamson tunes and ‘Crimson Cross Shop’, a piano blues. Nine weeks later, he passed away when the lorry where he was traveling house from a dance overturned, eliminating him instantly.