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Otis Smokey Smothers

The Chicago blues scene boasted its couple of Smothers Brothers, but there is nothing particularly amusing about their tough make of blues music. The old of both by ten years, Otis “Big Smokey” Smothers was initially to reach in the Windy Town from Mississippi in the middle-’40s. Howlin’ Wolf loved …

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Harlan Howard

Nation music’s preeminent composer, Harlan Howard boasted an unrivaled body of function encompassing more than 4,000 tracks; the article writer behind such perennials as “I Fall to Items,” “Existence Turned Her THIS WAY,” and “Heartaches by the quantity,” he obtained major chart strikes during every decade from the postwar period. …

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