Booba Barnes & His Playboys rocked the hardest of all juke-joint combos in the Mississippi Delta through the ’80s, and following the release of his debut album (The Heartbroken Guy, 1990), “Booba” took his act and his band north to Chicago, following trail of his idols Howlin’ Wolf and Small Milton. Within a GUITARIST review, Jas Obrecht known as Barnes “a wonderfully idiosyncratic guitarist and a fantastic vocalist by any regular.” Roosevelt “Booba” Barnes started playing music appropriately in 1960, playing electric guitar within a Mississippi music group called the Swinging Yellow metal Coasters. Four years afterwards, he shifted to Chicago, where he performed in blues night clubs whenever he could easily get work. Barnes came back to his house condition of Mississippi in 1971, where he started playing pubs and night clubs around Greenville. Barnes continuing to try out the juke bones of Mississippi for another 10 years. In 1985 he opened up his personal joint, the Playboy Golf club. With Barnes and his support music group, the Playboys, performing as the home music group, the pub became probably one of the most well-known in the Delta. Quickly, the music group was well-known enough to truly have a record agreement with Rooster Blues. Their initial record, The Heartbroken Guy, premiered in 1990. Following its discharge, Booba Barnes & His Playboys toured america and European countries. They continuing to tour, aswell as sometimes record, until Barnes passed away of tumor in Apr 1996.