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John Long

John Long’s uncanny capability to appear to be a prewar country blues participant — even while he plays first blues items he wrote himself or along with his older brother Claude Long — makes his music sound both just like a facsimile from the 1920s and early-’30s blues 78s he …

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Cédric Vuille

For over 30 years, Swiss multi-instrumentalist Cédric Vuille has recorded some of the most accessible, interesting, and tuneful music ever to are categorized as the “avant-garde” rubric. His intro to a global — although cultishly little — listening target audience came in the first ’80s when he made an appearance …

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Ignatz

Ignatz was the name of the mouse from your celebrated prewar toon remove Krazy Kat by George Herman, and today additionally it is the name of the solo task of Brussels-based designer and musician Bram Devens. Functioning alone with just his guitar, several results pedals, and an intermittent digital loop, …

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C.W. Stoneking

Neo-blues singer, songwriter, and guitarist (he also takes on Dobro and tenor banjo) C.W. Stoneking (Chris to his good friends) was created in 1974 in Katherine, Australia, to American parents who split soon after he was created. Spending the majority of his period with his dad, who trained in the …

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Seasick Steve

Like T-Model Ford, Seasick Steve (aka Steve Wold) began saving his personal music much later on in existence than other music artists. A storytelling vocalist reviving traditional nation blues, Wold spent his child years in California, but remaining house at 14. Like a hobo, he journeyed for quite some time, …

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Last Chance Jug Band

Going by musicologist David Evans, THE FINAL Chance Jug Strap is usually a modern-day incarnation from the jug rings that been around in the Memphis area through the ’20s and ’30s, namely The Memphis Jug Strap led by Will Color and Cannon’s Jug Stompers going up by Gus Cannon. The …

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Henry Stuckey

Henry Stuckey was the accidental creator from the so-called Bentonia custom of nation blues. Blessed in 1897 in Bentonia, MS, Stuckey discovered an open up E minor electric guitar tuning from dark Bahamian military while portion in France during Globe Battle I, and upon coming back house in 1919, included …

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Driftin’ Slim

Elmon “Driftin’ Thin” Mickle was a harmonica participant from Keo, AR, a stone’s dispose of from Little Rock and roll. He got his early harmonica teaching when he noticed John Lee “Sonny Boy” Williamson and Yank Rachell perform and contacted Sonny Boy to instruct him the rudiments from the instrument. …

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Eddie Lee “Mustright” Jones

In 1965 folklorist Costs Koon was out for a walk near Lexington, Georgia, when he happened across Eddie Lee “Mustright” Jones using guitar on the porch. Intrigued, Koon strolled up and presented himself, quickly recognizing that Jones’ archaic melody repertoire, which bounced between outdated dark spirituals, early blues, and interpretations …

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Moriarty

Combining a multinational assemblage of music artists whose primary function has been inspired by traditional Irish folk, country, and blues, France-based Moriarty also had taken a full page from punk rock and roll, for the reason that all associates utilize the surname “Moriarty” being a performance name (? la the …

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