Probably one of the most versatile harpists in modern music, Norton Buffalo earned his greatest achievement in blues circles, but additionally proved himself adept in areas which range from rock and roll to nation to even modern. Born Sept 28, 1951 in Oakland, California, he gained perhaps his best success as an associate from the Steve Miller Music group, a posture he kept for over 2 decades from the middle-1970s; like a program participant, Buffalo also lent his harmonica abilities to information from performers like the Doobie Brothers, Bonnie Raitt, Johnny Money and Elvin Bishop. He released his single debut, Lovin’ within the Valley of the Moon, on Capitol in 1977, adopted a year later on by Desert Horizon. After spending the 1980s mainly like a sideman, Buffalo teamed with blues slip guitarist Roy Rogers in 1991 for R&B, which gained a Grammy nomination for the monitor “Track for Jessica”; the duo’s follow-up, Travellin’ Songs, appeared a 12 months later on. Additionally, Buffalo led his personal music group, the Knockouts.