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Clea Bradford

Vocals. Exuberant jazz and blues vocalist who acquired series of great albums released in ’60s, appreciated some achievement with Cadet in past due ’60s, though we were holding even more soul-oriented records organized by Richard Evans. She acquired even more straight jazz periods with Clark Terry, Oliver Nelson among others …

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Grey Ghost

Sparse and poorly documented sessions are unfortunately the foundation of Gray Ghost’s (given birth to Roosevelt Thomas Williams) fame. A thrilling, if erratic, Tx barrelhouse pianist who was simply active because the ’20s, Gray Ghost enjoyed hook career increase in the ’90s. Apart from older enthusiasts who’d noticed him experimenting …

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Grandpa Elliott

Grandpa Elliott is a veteran blues vocalist and road performer who was simply entertaining audiences for many years before he gained overnight popularity through a viral online video. Grandpa Elliott was created Elliott Little in New Orleans, LA in the middle-’40s; developing up in the Lafitte Casing Projects, Elliott created …

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The Hill Country Revue

Playing a by-now trademarked ragged and loose North Mississippi juke joint-based version of southern rock and roll and blues, the Hill Country Revue was created in 2008 by Cody Dickinson and Chris Chew up from the North Mississippi Allstars along with drummer Ed “Hot” Cleveland, blues harpist Daniel Coburn, and …

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Little Whitt & Big Bo

Located in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA, the blues talents of “Small Whitt” Wells (b. 19 Feb 1931, Ralph, Alabama, USA) and “Big Bo’ McGhee (b. 1928, Alabama, USA) continued to be largely undiscovered before mid-90s, even though Wells got previously rejected offers to try out acoustic guitar with Freddie Ruler, Howlin” …

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Big Blue

Shaped by Steve “Big Daddy” McMurry, this group performs mostly original material constructed by the first choice. Although decidedly modern in experience, Big Blue favours blues noises of the prior generation, mixing with it a highly effective mixture of R&B, funk, jazz and reggae. Furthermore to McMurry’s electric guitar and …

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Andrew Brown

b. 25 Feb 1937, Jackson, Mississippi, USA, d. 11 Dec 1985. An extremely versatile musician, Dark brown began playing electric guitar as a young child and after shifting with his mom to Chicago in 1946, was inspired by Earl Hooker. In the 50s he was connected with Freddie Ruler and …

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Lotte Mullan

Lotte Mullan’s D.We.Y. method of documenting and self-releasing her debut record, Plain Jane, produces a refreshingly redemptive tale of how exactly to navigate the shark-infested waters from the music business with cleverness and concentrate, two characteristics that are all too often lacking on the market. Mullan fell deeply in love …

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Joanne Shaw Taylor

Joanne Shaw Taylor embodies all of the elements of contemporary blues, even if she sings using a distinctively Uk accent. Provided her outstanding dexterity being a guitarist and well-developed vocal chops, Taylor had been a sensation over the blues celebration circuit in both U.S. and THE UK while just in …

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Richard Penniman

Among the primary rock and roll & move greats, Richard Wayne Penniman — better-known only a small amount Richard — merged the fireplace of gospel with New Orleans R&B, pounding the piano and wailing with gleeful drop. While numerous various other R&B greats of the first ’50s have been relocating …

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