b. 25 January 1934, Twist, Arkansas, USA, d. 24 Oct 2000, Chicago, Illinois, USA. ‘Small’ Mack Simmons was among the stalwarts from the Chicago golf club scene; he trained himself harmonica as a young child and in the first 50s occasionally caused bluesmen around the St. Louis, Missouri, golf club circuit, before settling in Chicago in 1954. Because the past due 60s he documented for many little local brands, and sometimes bigger companies such as for example Checker. In 1967 he received a three-year jail sentence for any medicines offence. He went his personal label recording studio room and golf club every once in awhile and documented blues, gospel (he was known for a while as Reverend Mac pc Simmons) and spirit. Among his performers had been Otis Clay and Sunnyland Slim. His edition of ‘Rainy Night time In Georgia’, performed like a harmonica instrumental, was an area hit in the first 70s. He enjoyed a resurgence in the 90s with some traditional blues albums around the Electro-Fi label. Simmons dropped his struggle with cancer in Oct 2000.