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Rick Estrin

Vocalist, songwriter, and virtuoso blues harpist Rick Estrin was created in SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA, California in 1949, and also as a young man he frequented the rough Market Street region, falling beneath the spell of music by Ray Charles, Jimmy Reed, Nina Simone, Champ Jack Dupree, among others, so …

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Satan & Adam

Blues guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter Sterling Magee and harmonica participant Adam Gussow possess paid their dues. They started their profession on the road — over the part of Seventh Avenue and 125th Road, to be specific — and in just a matter of weeks these were sketching crowds, people pausing …

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Rod Piazza

A California-based blues bandleader, harmonica participant, and singer, Fishing rod Piazza’s stratospheric harmonica wailings owe much debts to both Small Walter and George “Harmonica” Smith. Piazza started his professional profession as an associate from the Dirty Blues Music group in the middle-’60s. The Dirty Blues Music group documented two albums …

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Rod Piazza & the Mighty Flyers

This California-based blues band led by Rod Piazza, the harmonica player and singer whose stratospheric harmonica wailings owe much debt to both Little Walter and George “Harmonica” Smith. Piazza started his professional profession as an associate from the Dirty Blues Music group in the middle-’60s. The Dirty Blues Music group …

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Coy “Hot Shot” Love

Coy “Hot Shot” Like was a renaissance guy, of a sort, in blues: sign-painter, road denizen, along with a magician using a harmonica, who liked to adorn his natural leather coat and his bike, as well as other personal products with text messages regarding his lifestyle. He resided on Gayoso …

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Little Sammy Davis

No, he hardly ever hung out using the Rat Pack over the martini-stained Vegas remove, and it’s extremely doubtful that he honors demands for “The Chocolate Guy.” This Small Sammy Davis is really a experienced harp blower using a discography dating back again to 1952 and an excellent ’90s debut …

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Little Willie Anderson

Some people called Chicago harpist Little Willie Anderson “Little Walter Jr.,” therefore faithfully do Anderson’s style stick to that of the renowned harp wizard. But Anderson had been quite acquainted with the rudiments from the harmonica before he ever strike the Windy Town, having noticed Sonny Guy Williamson, Robert Nighthawk, …

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Little Charlie & the Nightcats

Among the hardest-working barroom blues rings within the Western Coast, Small Charlie & the Nightcats began within the mid-’70s, began saving around ten years later, and kept on heading strong. Both constants on the Nightcats’ lengthy history had been co-founders Small Charlie Baty (acoustic guitar) and Rick Estrin (harmonica, business …

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Johnny Dyer

b. 1938, Rolling Fork, Mississippi, USA. Dyer used the harmonica when he was seven so when an adolescent sat along with Smokey Wilson in an area club. He transferred to LA in January 1958 and produced his own music group, the Blue Records, backing visitors such as for example J.B. …

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Sam Myers

Sam Myers got another chance on the brass band, and he happily made probably the most from it. As frontman for Anson Funderburgh & the Rockets, the legitimately blind Myers’s flourishing tone of voice and succinct harp function have enjoyed an increased profile recently than previously. Although he was created …

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