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John Pearson

b. Liverpool, Lancashire, Britain. Playing electric guitar and performing, Pearson is a mainstay of the united kingdom blues scene for quite some time. He provides performed at many blues, folk and jazz celebrations in the united kingdom, and in addition has made an appearance on radio and tv. Furthermore to leading his music group, Blues And Beyond, Pearson offers played single gigs and in duo and trio platforms. Among the countless UK and US, plus some African, performers with whom he spent some time working, mainly in Britain, are Nana Apiah, Kenny Craddock, Rory Gallagher, Davey Graham, Roger Hubbard, Jo Ann Kelly, Alexis Korner, Louisiana Crimson and Sonny Terry and Brownie McGhee. In 2006 Pearson worked well in duo with blues harpist Jem Turpin and is at a trio with Ghanaian percussionist Nana Tsiboe. In the middle-00s, music artists in Pearson’s Blues And Beyond included Turpin, Harvey Summers (piano/body organ), Colin Gibson (bass) and Liam Genockey (drums). His sibling, George Pearson (bass), was also an associate of his music group for a few years. Pearson pulls his repertoire from many branches from the blues, coming in contact with on songs through the repertoires of Bob Dylan and Taj Mahal, Mose Allison and Business lead Belly, aswell as introducing components of Western African and Caribbean music. There’s also some unique songs made up by Pearson, such as for example ‘Rhythm Essential oil’, ‘The Dangling Gale’, ‘Loss of life Fantasy Blues’, ‘Fires WITHIN THE Wind flow’, ‘Mortality Pull’, ‘Can’t Afford These Blues’, ‘Great Close friends’ and ‘Ramblin’ Brain’, that echo the custom.

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