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Bill Lyerly

A native of NEW YORK, blues guitarist Expenses Lyerly honed his chops on the neighborhood picture for 20-odd years before finally breaking away in 1998 using the nationally distributed Railroad Train station Blues. The rest of his Expenses Lyerly Music group features bassist Stan Jones and drummer Dexter Horton. His …

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Patrick Hazell

Patrick Hazell is a white, one-man music group (piano, throat rack harmonica, and drums) from Washington, IA. But pores and skin and stage of origin barely matter, as Hazell appears like an entire throwback towards the recordings from the past due ’40s and early ’50s. His rhythmic get is certainly …

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Roman Carter

Blues/spirit vocalist Roman Carter jump-started his profession like a founding person in the Carter Brothers, a power blues trio from your mid-’60s that recorded for the Cincinnati-based Jewel Information. Carter’s throaty, impassioned vocals straddled the boundary between blues and spirit, and efficiently propelled among the Carter Brothers’ singles, “Southern Nation …

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Buddy Burton

A talented if generally overlooked pianist, Pal Burton also played body organ, drums, and percussion, aswell as kazoo. After freelancing both in and out of music, Burton shifted from Louisville to Chicago in 1923. He documented on drums (1923) and kazoo (1925) with Jelly Move Morton, and in 1928 do …

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Sylvia Embry

b. 14 June 1941, Wabbaseka, Arkansas, USA, d. Feb 1992. Embry started playing piano as a kid and sang in chapel choirs, shifting to Memphis at age 19. In the 60s she resolved in Chicago, where she fulfilled and wedded blues guitarist Johnny Embry, who trained her to try out …

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Billy Price Keystone Rhythm Band

Blues revivalist Billy Cost, given birth to November 10, 1949 in Passaic, NJ, took to performing at a age and provides performed professionally for a lot more than 2 decades. He’s a superstar in his followed hometown, Pittsburgh, PA, America’s doo wop capital. Cost captured the public’s eyes as the …

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W.E. Burton

Given birth to Evans Burton Jr., W.E. “Pal” Burton made an appearance on many 1920s information playing drums, washboard, piano, celeste, kazoo and performing with various other Chicago South Aspect jazz and blues music artists. Hailing from Louisville, Kentucky, Burton going to Chicago in 1922, and documented with Jelly Move …

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Gene “Mighty Flea” Conners

Delivered in Birmingham, Alabama, on Dec 28, 1930, trombonist Gene “Mighty Flea” Conners (sometimes spelled “Connors”) initial attracted interest when he performed on the Monterey Jazz Celebration on Sept 19, 1970, seeing that a member from the Johnny Otis Orchestra. Like many Afro-American music artists before and since, Conners been …

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Roy Hytower & Motif

Well-regarded being a blues guitarist and soulful singer about Chicago, Roy Hytower provides carved away an equally amazing niche as an actor in a variety of Windy Town musical productions. Among his starring assignments: portraying Muddy Waters and Otis Redding. After picking right up some experience performing around Cell, Hytower …

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Mellow Fellows

Now referred to as The Chicago Rhythm And Blues Kings, The Mellow Fellows held their personnel collectively following the 1990 death of singer Larry “Big Twist” Nolan. Saxist Terry Ogolini and guitarist Pete Unique, co-founders of the group, recruited Twist’s pal Martin Allbritton to front side the band, plus they …

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