b. 5 Apr 1922, Clarksdale, Mississippi, USA. Foster found Chicago in 1941, currently playing electric guitar, piano and harmonica. Tutored in the last mentioned device by Walter Horton, he performed on Maxwell Road, and in a music group with Homesick Adam, Floyd Jones and Moody Jones. Foster documented two singles within the middle-50s, and ‘Crying The Blues’, among the game titles, shown both his psychological performing and his wailing, swooping harmonica. Quickly thereafter, he was shot and semi-paralyzed; he improved gradually, and remained in a position to play and sing, but just rarely in public areas. Floyd Jones mentioned that Foster fatally shot a guy, and was put into a mental medical center early in 1974, but as he was photographed in Chicago in Sept of that 12 months, this information is definitely relatively dubious. His debut recording was released in 1996 and was made by Bobby Mack, who performed your guitar parts. Foster represents another exemplory case of an designer who shouldn’t have had to hold back until his twilight years to become ‘found out’.