A notable impact on famous brands Sunnyland Thin and Otis Spann, pianist Small Sibling Montgomery’s lengthy profession spanned both earliest many years of blues background and the electrified Chicago picture from the 1950s. By age group 11, Montgomery got abadndoned attending college to rather play in Louisiana juke bones. He found Chicago as soon as 1926 and produced his 1st 78s in 1930 for Paramount, including two long lasting signature products, “Vicksburg Blues” and “No Unique Rider,” documented in Grafton, WI. Bluebird documented Montgomery even more prolifically in 1935-1936 in New Orleans. In 1942, Small Brother Montgomery resolved right down to a lifestyle of steady membership gigs in Chicago, his repertoire alternating between blues and traditional jazz (he performed Carnegie Hall with Child Ory’s Dixieland music group in 1949). Otis Hurry benefited from his delicate accompaniment on many of his 1957-1958 Cobra schedules, while Buddy Man recruited him for very similar responsibilities when he nailed Montgomery’s “FIRST-TIME I Met the Blues” within a supercharged revival for Chess in 1960. That same season, Montgomery cut an excellent record for Bluesville with guitarist Lafayette “Thing” Thomas that continues to be one of is own most satisfying pieces. Along with his second wife, Janet Floberg, Montgomery shaped his own small record business, FM, in 1969. The very first 45 for the logo design, fittingly more than enough, was a reprise of “Vicksburg Blues,” using a vocal by Chicago chanteuse Jeanne Carroll (her girl Karen implemented in her footsteps across the Windy Town).