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L.V. Banks


b. 28 Oct 1932, Stringtown, Mississippi, USA. Playing acoustic guitar and performing the blues from an early on age, Banking institutions was strongly affected by B.B. Ruler. Ultimately settling in Chicago, Illinois, he became a substantial presence around the town’s lively blues scene, bringing in audiences and fans. His international status was enhanced via a past due 90s recording agreement with Wolf Information in Austria. In the first 00s, the L.V. Banking institutions Blues Music group included sidemen such as for example Michael Thomas (tempo electric guitar), Ike Anderson (bass) and Dwayne Manuel (drums). Sometimes, for example on his 2000 discharge Ruby, Banks provides boogie-woogie piano, performed in this specific example by Allen Batts. Banking institutions’ boy, Tré Banking institutions, also plays electric guitar and sings, exhibiting in his function his dad’s influence.

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Full Name L.V. Banks
Died May 2, 2011, Chicago, Illinois, United States
Profession Singer, Songwriter
Music Songs Born In The City, Hard to Love a Woman, That's The Way Our Love Goes, Miss You Blue, She's Fine, New Kind Of Love, I Made a Mistake, Pipe Layer, Fallin' to Pieces, Express Love, Tail Dragger, I Llove My Guitar, What Happened to Our Love, Lonely Room, Bobby Sox Baby, Blue Guitar, Down In Mississippi, Lady In Red, I'm a Man, Teddy Bear, Christmas Song, Ruby, Lovelight
Albums Ruby: Chicago Blues Session, Volume 52, Let Me Be Your Teddy Bear, Ruby

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