b. 18 Oct 1906, Canton, Mississippi, USA, d. 22 November 1968, Jackson, Mississippi, USA. Temple discovered electric guitar from his stepfather Slim Duckett, a well-known performer in the Jackson region who later documented for OKeh Information in 1930. Temple may possibly also play the mandolin and frequently worked at home celebrations and juke-joints. In 1932 he transferred to Chicago where he proved helpful as an over-all all-round musician and documented blues for both Decca and Vocalion Information. He caused the well-known McCoy brothers and documented within the knockabout jazz group the Harlem Hamfats. He continuing to function in Chicago until well in to the post-war period, showing up with artists such as for example Billy Boy Arnold and Walter Horton, aswell as developing his personal group, the Moving Four. In the middle-60s he came back to Jackson where, over time of ill wellness, he passed away from malignancy at age 62.