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Son of Dave

Boy of Dave makes music that fuses days gone by and today’s, as a guy in an antique suit using a harmonica shouts, stomps, and howls the blues but runs on the sampler to loop human being beatbox-style tempo patterns that provide his nation blues-influenced music the gritty groove of …

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Hans Theessink

Austria-based acoustic and electrical folk musician and bluesman brings a freshness of appreciation towards the American blues idiom, be it classic blues through the ’20s and ’30s or even more modern metropolitan blues from Chicago through the ’50s and ’60s. Theessink’s discography greater than 20 albums — all released in …

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Guitar Shorty

When he’s not really turning somersaults, doing backward flips, and sitting on his mind — all of the while playing, needless to say — Electric guitar Shorty is susceptible to reducing loose with savagely slashing licks in his instrument. Live, he’s merely amazing — and after some trim years, his …

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Guitar Slim, Jr.

Even though his initial album earned a Grammy nomination, Guitar Slim Jr. continues to be a relatively shadowy figure towards the blues community. The kid of Eddie “Electric guitar Slim” Jones, his true name is normally Rodney Armstrong. Based on New Orleans-historian Jeff Hannusch’s records on Slim’s 1988 record, he …

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Hadda Brooks

Within the mid- to later ’40s, black popular music begun to mutate from golf swing jazz and boogie-woogie in to the type of rhythm & blues that helped place the building blocks for rock and roll & roll. Vocalist and pianist Hadda Brooks was among the many statistics who was …

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Calvin Owens

An inventive and creative trumpeter, bandleader, and composer/arranger, Calvin Owens spent a long time as musical movie director with B.B. King’s different touring rings. But from the past due ’90s, he led his personal bands and documented under his personal name. Created on Apr 23, 1929, Owens was raised in …

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Andy Boy

b. c.1906, Galveston, Tx, USA, d. USA. Among several Tx blues piano players that included Rob Cooper and Robert Shaw, Youngster proved helpful the seaport cities from the southern coastline, including Houston and Galveston. His playing provides touches of old ragtime styles in addition to blues, as could be noticed …

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Gwyn Ashton

Blues guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Gwyn Ashton was created in Wales and raised in South Australia. Young he created a like for blues and rock and roll music which was fueled due to recordings by renowned performers like Chuck Berry, Jimi Hendrix, Friend Holly, Rory Gallagher, Muddy Waters, and many …

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Paul Personne

Despite his anonymous pseudonym, French rock and roll experienced Paul Personne is inarguably perhaps one of the most well-known and best-loved blues-rock musicians of his generation. Blessed Rene-Paul Roux in Argenteuil in 1949, he initial fell deeply in love with the music of Edith Piaf and Charles Aznavour before his …

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Georgie Fame

Georgie Fame’s swinging, surprisingly credible mixture of jazz and American R&B earned him a considerable following in his local U.K., where he obtained three number 1 singles through the ’60s. Popularity performed piano and body organ furthermore to performing, and was affected by famous brands Mose Allison, Booker T. & …

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