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Malkum & Chris

Malkum & Chris play gritty, traditional blues with center and sincerity evoking great down-home blues players like Brownie McGhee, Jimmy Reed, and T-Bone Walker. Harmonica participant Malkum Gibson and acoustic guitarist Chris Kleeman fulfilled in Yellowish Springs, OH, in the 1960s. Gibson’s dad have been a trumpet participant and Gibson …

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Jake Frazier

Without the best-known trombonist from the first times of jazz, Jake Frazier has a tune named after him. “Jake’s Weary Blues,” the just recording to become digested under Frazier’s name within a discography stuffed fats with sideman credits, was cut with pianist and bandleader Elmer Snowden in the mid-’20s. Although …

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Christopher Dean Band

Led by former Big Jack port Johnson guitarist/vocalist Christopher Dean, the Christopher Dean Strap has taken the seems of Chicago, Tx, and Delta blues towards the central NJ region. Released in 2001, debut recording Dogged ‘n Powered showcases the band’s varied method of the blues. Created in Edison, NJ, Dean …

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Henry Johnson

b. 8 Dec 1954, Union, SC, USA, d. Feb 1974, Union, SC, USA. Johnson was an seniors guy before he became referred to as a blues vocalist outside his instant home region, but he previously learned acoustic guitar in child years from his sibling, and later trained himself piano. Johnson …

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The Shadows

Known best because of their longtime residence at Blind Willie’s, a favorite blues club in Atlanta, the Shadows released many albums through the ’90s prior to the untimely death of singer/guitarist Mike Lorenz. Shadows bassist Roger Gregory opened up Blind Willie’s in 1986 with Eric Ruler. The membership, which is …

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Herbert Samuel Berliner

The selling point of the recording studio as a location of employment may be proved forever by a report of the kids of great inventors, have there been enough of these to create an effective control group. The full total of two illustrations to be provided here is definitely not …

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Richard Smith

Richard Smith was from the Kansas Town jazz scene for some of his life, demonstrating a number of skills: trumpeter, arranger, teacher, and musicians’ union rep included in this. His curiosity about the trumpet itself just took place on the instigation of a co-employee called Eddie Tompkins during Smith’s university …

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Sam Harris

Not to end up being confused with Broadway performers, Motown performers, or soccer tacklers from the same name, Sam Harris was an early on country blues tempo guitarist who followed bassist partner Marco Washington in to the ranks from the Dallas String Music group, an innovative dark string music group …

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Billy Johnson

From your generation of electric blues music artists who emerged in the ’90s there obviously needed to be at least some individuals named Bill Johnson, although regarding this talented guitarist the credit used is frequently Billy Johnson. He’s not a person who performed in the Howlin’ Wolf music group of …

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Jimmy Jones Jr.

By showing up on certain information, a musician could probably luck right into a wide target audience appreciating his attempts, expanding his target audience all over along the way. In the profession of drummer Jimmy Jones, a Cleveland journeyman that has documented just sporadically, that lucky record was the main …

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