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Bill Harris

A guitarist who spent at least 2 decades on the highway with tempo & blues vocal group the Clovers, Expenses “Willie” Harris had a thick background in bebop and golf swing acoustic guitar aswell as gospel. The last mentioned design was at his fingertips also before he uncovered guitarists such …

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Ted Jarrett

Ted Jarrett pioneered the wealthy if under-recognized tradition of Nashville R&B — an African-American performer, composer, and label owner employed in the margins of Music Town USA’s famous country recording industry, he carved away a profession spanning half of a century, creating now-classic crossover efforts including “YOU MAY MAKE It …

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