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Sippie Wallace

A classic feminine blues singer from your ’20s, Wallace held performing and recording until her loss of life. She was a significant influence on a Bonnie Raitt, who documented many of Wallace’s tunes and performed live with her. The child of the Baptist deacon, Sippie Wallace (given birth to Beulah …

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Peck Kelley

For a short while prior to the end from the LP era, it had been possible for generally there to be always a Peck Kelley section in the jazz portion of some record stores. Due to the fact Kelley avoided departing Houston throughout his lifestyle and went of his method …

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Peck Kelly

b. John Dickson Kelley, 22 Oct 1898, Houston, Tx, USA, d. 26 Dec 1980, Houston, Tx, USA. In the first 20s pianist Kelley led a music group, Peck’s Bad Guys, which featured many excellent musicians who had been then starting their professions. They included Jack port Teagarden and Pee Wee …

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