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Son Bonds

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A co-employee of Sleepy John Estes and Hammie Nixon, Bonds played quite definitely within the same rural Brownsville design how the Estes-Nixon group popularized within the ’20s and ’30s. Curiously, either Estes or Nixon (but under no circumstances both of these together) performed on most of Bonds’s recordings. The music to 1 of Bonds’s tracks, “Back again and Aspect Blues” (1934), became a typical blues melody when John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson from close by Jackson, TN, utilized it in his traditional “HELLO, (Small) School Young lady” (1937). Based on Nixon, Bonds was shot to loss of life, while seated on his entrance porch, by way of a nearsighted neighbor who mistook him for another guy.

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Full Name Son Bonds
Died August 31, 1947, Dyersburg, Tennessee, United States
Profession Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter
Music Songs Back And Side Blues, 80 Highway Blues, Give Me That Old Time Religion, Old Bachelor Blues, Every Time My Heart Beats, Trembling Blues, She Walks Like My Woman, Crazy Bout My Black Gal, Come Back Home Little Girl, Tennessee Worried Blues, Black Gal Swing, In My Father's House, A Hard Pill To Swallow, Ain t That News, Get Up And Go, Trouble Trouble Blues, Weary Worried Blues, I Want To Live So God Can Use Me, All Night Long, I ll Work Uo To You Someday
Albums Legendary Country Blues Artists - CD B

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