Located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA, the blues talents of “Small Whitt” Wells (b. 19 Feb 1931, Ralph, Alabama, USA) and “Big Bo’ McGhee (b. 1928, Alabama, USA) continued to be largely undiscovered before mid-90s, even though Wells got previously rejected offers to try out acoustic guitar with Freddie Ruler, Howlin” Wolf and “Small” Junior Parker. Harmonica participant McGhee has a likewise intriguing history – having previously worked well like a long-distance lorry drivers shipping explosives with onetime having died with an working desk. He was revived a long time later on after morgue specialists observed a heartbeat. Wells was initially turned on towards the blues with the information of Blind Guy Fuller and Blind Lemon Jefferson, his dad buying him his initial electric guitar when he was 11. He originally fulfilled McGhee ahead of developing his own music group, Small Whitt AS WELL AS THE Downbeats. For his component, McGhee began playing harmonica at age six. They started playing jointly full-time on the turn from the 80s, developing the Kokomo Blues Music group. In 1995 the duo travelled to the united kingdom, helped by sponsorship from Debbie Connection and Mike McCracken from the Alabama Blues Task, who also helped out by playing on stage.