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Gordon Bonham

Indiana bluesman Gordon Bonham initially earned notice fronting the Cool Kings; being a single musician, he debuted with REUNITE Home, implemented in 1999 by Low Down and Blue.

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Jimmy Bertrand’s Washboard Wizards

As the leader of the group sometimes used this band name in the ’30s and ’40s, the primary version of Jimmy Bertrand’s Washboard Wizards was a documenting band assembled to cut sides for the Vocalion label in the next half from the ’20s. Songs like the informal “Easy Arrive Easy …

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Kevin Thorpe

English singer, guitarist, and songwriter Kevin Thorpe and his backing device Out of nowhere fuse modern electrical blues with components of jazz and rock. Thorpe put together Out of nowhere in 1994 for that which was to be always a one-off overall performance in the Colne Great English Tempo & …

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Sadie James

With regards to the blues genre, the surname “James” provides to mind reverb-drenched electric glide guitars, as well as the Elmore James’ tale of brooms being dusted. Or, the blues enthusiast might immediately think about the sweet nation blues artist, Neglect James, his elaborate and soft fingerpicking and eerie falsetto …

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Lori Davidson

San Francisco-native Lori Davidson started her music schooling at a age group with classical electric guitar. Everything was heading great until she noticed some excellent samples of rock and roll and blues on the air. She discovered some brand-new chord graphs, added vocals, and was prepared to amuse her friends. …

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Dave Allan

Make it “Dave” instead of “David,” “Allan” instead of “Allen”; the “Ace” nickname that two Southern music artists distributed still causes a lot of dilemma. Getting both from the Dave “Ace” Allan animals together might lead to an interesting tempo section. That one performed bass for B.B. Ruler during among …

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Burnside Exploration

Burnside Exploration may be the duo of singer/guitarist Garry Burnside, the youngest boy of R.L. Burnside, and his nephew, vocalist/drummer Cedric Burnside, R.L. Burnside’s grandson, who’s only 2 yrs younger. They started playing music jointly as kids, and were showing up in the juke joint circuit on weekends with Junior …

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Jim Langemo

Jim Langemo spent quite a few years using in a small number of university rock tribute rings aswell as using within a blues outfit called Rutherford Scattering through the entire early ’90s prior to going solo. Together with his early blues affects of Lightnin’ Hopkins, Muddy Waters, and Howlin’ Wolf, …

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Zydeco A-Go-Go

From the center of Philadelphia, PA, this all-star lineup has a colorful band of personnel with decades of encounter. Bandleader Pete Eshelman can be presented on accordion and vocals and he offers performed piano with such performers as Bo Diddley, Sleepy LaBeef, and New Orleans’ very own Charles “Honeyboy” Otis. …

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Gus Cannon

An extraordinary musician (he could play five-string banjo and jug simultaneously), Gus Cannon bridged the difference between early blues as well as the minstrel and folk designs that preceded it. His music group from the ’20s and ’30s, Cannon’s Jug Stompers, represents the apogee from the jug music group style. …

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