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John Lair

This Kentucky native has already established a perfectly respectable career like a songwriter and harmonica player. Actually, his credits would increase several eyebrows to be certain. You will find supposedly a lot more than 500 music compiled by this guy. One of these, “Freight Teach Blues,” was documented by a …

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John Lair

b. 1 July 1894, on the plantation near Livingston, Kentucky, USA, d. 13 November 1985, Lexington, Kentucky, USA. Lair created a childhood curiosity to become respected expert on and a collector of old-time music. After armed service service in Globe Battle I, he went the family plantation until, concerned from …

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