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Steve Rye

b. c. 1946, Britain, d. 19 July 1992, Britain. Playing harmonica, within the middle- to past due 60s Rye was frequently using the Groundhogs, a hard-hitting blues music group that were produced in 1963 by Tony McPhee and John Cruickshank from the last mentioned’s pop group, the Money Bills. The …

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Dave Carter

A relationship of shared admiration, Dave Carter & Tracy Grammer quickly gained the respect from the folk music community with Carter’s amazing depth of songwriting and Grammer’s professional accompaniment about fiddle, guitar, mandolin and violin. Carter, elevated in rural regions of Tx and Oklahoma, hasn’t traveled the typical path to …

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Buster Benton

Regardless of the amputation of elements of both his legs during his job, Chicago guitarist Buster Benton by no means quit playing his music — an infectious hybrid of blues and soul that he dubbed at one stage “disco blues” (an unfortunate appellation in retrospect, but useful in describing its …

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Alan Lomax

Few figures deserve higher credit for the preservation of America’s folk music traditions than Alan Lomax. Scouring the backroads, honky tonks, and function camps from the Deep South, he unearthed a treasure trove of tunes and performers, documenting the music of the normal man for potential generations to find; through …

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Al Lucas

A fine golf swing bassist who was simply a valuable helping participant and had occasional fundamental solos, Al Lucas had an extended career. Lucas got piano lessons from his mom (a concert pianist) but turned to bass and tuba when he was 12. He shifted to NY in 1933, caused …

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Helen Gallagher

b. 19 July 1926, NEW YORK, NY, USA. Gallagher began like a dancer, showing up within the chorus of Seven Lively Arts (1944), her first-time on Broadway. In an identical capacity she made an appearance in Billion Buck Baby (1945) and had a larger role, this time around an performing …

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Buster Bailey

Buster Bailey was an excellent clarinetist who also, although known for his clean and quiet using John Kirby’s sextet, occasionally really slice loose with some crazy solos (including on the saving called “Guy Having a Horn Moves Berserk”). Expertly qualified by the traditional instructor Franz Schoepp (who also trained Benny …

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Alan Gorrie

Vocalist, guitarist, bassist, and keyboardist Alan Gorrie was a founding person in The Average White colored Music group. He was together with the glory times of the middle-’70s and in addition during the much less productive ’80s.

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Nikki Sudden

Following the post-punk band Swell Maps dissolved in the first ’80s, lead singer Nikki Sudden began a diverse and restless solo career, where he caused a variety of bands and side tasks. Unexpected released his 1st solo record, Waiting around on Egypt, in 1982, accompanied by The Bible Belt in …

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Sam Neely

b. 22 August 1948, Cuero, Tx, USA, d. 19 July 2006, Corpus Christi, Tx, USA. Neely performed electric guitar from around age 10 and five years afterwards, with his family members now surviving in Corpus Christi, Tx, he was using local bands which continued on the next couple of years. …

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