Although he only recorded several tunes, Julius Daniels takes on an important part in the annals of Piedmont blues. Among the 1st Black performers to record in the southeast, Daniels influenced future bluesmen along with his wealthy mixture of finger-picked blues, sacred and nation music. Documenting for the very first time, in 1927, Daniels was followed by guitarist Bubba Lee Torrence, with whom he distributed billing. During his second documenting program, Daniels was became a member of by guitarist Wilbert Andrews. A indigenous of the tiny Bamberg County, SC city of Denmark, Daniels resided in Pineville, in Berkeley Region, between 1912 and 1930. Relocating to Charlotte in 1930, he resided the others of his existence in the North Carolinian town, working in a number of careers including open fire fighter. Daniels’ most widely known music, “99 Yr Blues”, continues to be included in Jim Kweskin, Chris Smither, Sizzling Tuna and Johnny Winter season. It’s been frequently credited just as one resource for the tune, “Viola Lee Blues”, documented by Cannon’s Jug Stompers in the 1920s as well as the Grateful Deceased in 1966.