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Lurrie Bell


Lurrie Bell was created on Dec 13, 1958, in Chicago. His popular dad, harpist Carey Bell, experienced him training on guitar like a wee lad. By 1977, he was documenting with his father and playing behind a number of established celebrities, tabbed by many observers at that time like a sure celebrity increasing. But personal complications required their toll on his great potential; Bell’s documented result and live shows were inconsistent within the ’80s and early ’90s. One of the shows of Bell’s discography are three songs in tandem with harpist Billy Branch beneath the Sons of Blues banner (Bell was a founding person in the music group) from Alligator’s 1st batch of 1978 Living Chicago Blues anthologies and 1984’s Child of a Weapon, a collaboration along with his aged guy for Rooster Blues. After that there’s his 1995 Delmark arranged Mercurial Child, as bizarre a modern blues recording as you might encounter. Bell adopted Mercurial Son using the even more straightforward 700 Blues in springtime 1997; The Blues Experienced a Baby made an appearance two years later on. Let’s DISCUSS Love (2007) as well as the Devil Ain’t Got No Music (2012) both made an appearance on Bell’s personal record label, Aria B.G. In 2013, he came back to Delmark using the launch of Blues in my own Spirit, which celebrated the guitarist’s straight-ahead Chicago blues origins. Three years later on came Can’t Tremble This Sense, also released on Delmark.

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Full Name Lurrie Bell
Date Of Birth December 13, 1958
Profession Singer, Guitarist
Nationality American
Parents Carey Bell
Music Songs Blues in My Soul, The Devil Ain't Got No Music, Blues Had a Baby, Let's Talk About Love, Kiss of Sweet Blues, I'll Be Your .44, This Worrisome Feeling in My Heart, Sit Down Baby, It's a Blessing, Lurrie's Guitar Boogie, What My Mama Told Me, South Side to Riverside, Your Daddy Done Tripped the Trigger, Blues and Black Coffee, 700 Blues, I Feel So Good, Trouble in My Way, Blues in the Year One-D-one, Blues Is Trying to Keep up with Me, Teenie Weenie Bit, You're Gonna Be Sorry, Brought Up the Hard Way, Don't Let the Devil Ride, I'll Get to Heaven on My Own, Lurrie's Walk, Wicked Hearted Woman, Faith and Music, Bring Yourself Back to Me, Born with the Blues, Voo-Doo Whammy #2, West Side Woman, Lonesome Guitar Man
Albums Can't Shake This Feeling, Gettin' Up Live, Mercurial Son, The Devil Ain't Got No Music, Second Nature, Chicago's Young Blues Generation, Harpslinger, 700 Blues, Kiss of Sweet Blues, Let's Talk About Love, Blues in My Soul, Cuttin' Head, The Blues Had a Baby, Dynasty, Gettin' Up: Live at Buddy Guy's Legends, Rosa and Lurrie's Home, Cuttin' Heads (Blues Power) [feat. The Vampin' Blues Band], The Blues Collection 72: Father and Son
Nominations Grammy Award for Best Traditional Blues Album

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Gettin' Up: Carey & Lurrie Bell Live at Buddy Guy's Legends, Rosa's, and Lurrie's Home 2007 Video Vocals / Guitar
Mississippi Heat: One Eye Open - Live at Rosa's Lounge Chicago 2005 Video Guitar, vocals



It Ain't Over: Delmark Celebrates 55 Years of Blues 2009 Video Himself - Vocals, Guitar
Tail Dragger: My Head Is Bald 2005 Video Himself

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