b. 25 Sept 1910, Como, Mississippi, USA, d. 22 Oct 1968, Senatobia, Mississippi, USA. The girl of Sid Hemphill, Rosa Lee Hill was raised inside a musical family members, playing a wide repertoire for both whites and blacks. Her recordings are limited to blues, which she sang ‘from my mouth area, and not through the heart’, feeling these to become incompatible with her spiritual trust. Her blues are normal of Panola Region, where she spent her very existence: along with a droning acoustic guitar, her songs come with an inward-looking, brooding experience, much like those of Mississippi Fred McDowell. Hill and her spouse had been sharecroppers and resided in dire poverty, especially towards the finish of the lives, when their residence burned down plus they had to go right into a tumbledown shack.