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Blues Boy Willie

Willie McFalls, a local Memphian from Tx, not Tennessee, took the chitlin circuit by shock in 1990 when the comical blues dialog of “Be-Who?” place his second record in the Billboard graphs and his work on the highway. Blues Boy Willie found Ichiban Records thanks to his boyhood friend from …

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Blinddog Smokin’

Located in Southern California, Blinddog Smokin’ certainly are a thoroughly contemporary 21st century blues group — a good-time party group as indebted towards the sleazy, slippery rhythms of funk because they are to slow-burning soul and juke joint blues. Blinddog Smokin’ initial shaped in 1994 however they missed their way …

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Steve James

Multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, and songwriter Steve Adam has carved a distinct segment for himself within the acoustic and folk-blues picture through a whole lot of touring. He’s constructed his group of fans the old-fashioned method, minus the support of a global record company advertising machine. Adam, who plays Country wide steel …

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Paul Rishell

Boston-area blues guitarist and singer Paul Rishell focuses on the united states blues, however in modern times, he’s been proving his mettle in occasional gigs with a power band aswell. Rishell continues to be riding the influx of renewed curiosity about acoustic music generally, and he’s used his design of …

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Alvin Youngblood Hart

Guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Alvin Youngblood Hart is continuing in the road laid straight down by acoustic blues professionals want Taj Mahal, Man Davis, as well as other ’90s blues revivalists, but his root base go back very much beyond that, towards the vintage stylings of Bukka White colored, Charley …

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CeDell Davis

CeDell Davis was created in 1927 in Helena, AR. His correct hands was crippled by polio at age ten, therefore he turned his guitar to some left-handed bottleneck design, making for a distinctive, atonal audio. He performed locally through the entire 1950s and ’60s, with close friends such as for …

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Seth Walker

A soulful singer, an experienced songwriter, along with a guitarist having a clear, clear firmness, Seth Walker didn’t arrive at the blues and R&B by the standard route, regardless of the normal route may be — he was raised inside a two-family commune in rural NEW YORK and began his …

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The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band

While they’re only a trio, the Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band deliver a audio that lives up with their name, with thick, bass-heavy, blues-based acoustic guitar numbers and growling vocals associated with muscular but minimal drumming as well as the metallic percussive scrape of the washboard (building them among the …

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Peter Parcek

Although you can peg guitarist Peter Parcek as only a blues rock guitarist upon 1st listen, when you dig a little deeper, you find that components of soul, jazz, funk, and country appear in his playing style, aswell. Given birth to in New Britain and currently located in Boston, Parcek …

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Albert Castiglia

Blues guitarist Albert Castiglia was created in NY on August 12, 1969. Five years later on his parents relocated to Miami, where Castiglia started learning acoustic guitar. By age 12, he started playing regional gigs and do so regularly throughout senior high school. Pursuing conclusion of his university education, Castiglia …

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