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Frankie Paris

No one appears to experience lukewarm about Frankie Paris & Chilly Sweat. THE BRAND NEW York blues vocalist is usually intense and pulls intense responses. A lot of people rave about his tone of voice and design, which feature his solid, tenor tone of voice belting out soulful blues with …

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Calvin Jackson

The solid young Mississippi blues drummer Calvin Jackson began recording in the first ’80s and by the finish from the millennium had produce his own group and exciting direction, Calvin Jackson & Mississippi Bound and Goin’ Down South, respectively. Because of this effort for the Beatville Blues imprint, Jackson protected …

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Will Roy Sanders

Memphis blues veteran Sanders is a mainstay of the neighborhood scene for many years, as an associate from the Binghampton Blues Males in the 1960s and of the raw blues combo the Fieldstones in the 1980s. In the past due 1990s, his legacy was celebrated in uncommon detail from the …

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David Raitt

One take a look at blues multi-instrumentalist David Raitt’s last name will instantly indicate his pedigree: sibling of bottleneck slide guitar legend Bonnie Raitt, kid of Broadway actor John Raitt. Raitt performed in a number of regional bands while developing up in Burbank, and afterwards followed his sister to NY, …

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Willie Trice

b. 10 Feb, 1910, Hillsborough, NEW YORK, USA, d. 10 Dec, 1976, Durham, NEW YORK, USA. Trice’s parents performed music and he discovered electric guitar from an uncle, but one of is own principal influences being a blues guitarist was Blind Gary Davis. In the 30s he produced a partnership …

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Eugene “Hideaway” Bridges

b. 1963, USA. Elevated in Tx and Louisiana, while still a little kid Bridges performed on stage along with his dad, guitarist Slim ‘Hideaway’ Bridges. Quickly forsaking your guitar, he became a member of his brothers to create a gospel group, the Bridges Brothers, and he also sang using the …

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T-Bone Singleton

Guitarist, vocalist and songwriter T-Bone Singleton was created in New Orleans and was raised in Baton Rouge, where he even now lives. JSP Information of London lately released his debut documenting, Walkin’ the ground, which represents a few of his greatest songs more than a ten-year period. Being a youngsters, …

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Leo Welch

Given birth to and raised in the hill nation of Mississippi, gospel blues guitarist and singer Leo Welch didn’t help to make his professional saving debut until he was 82 years of age, by which period he was just about the last inside a type of vernacular Mississippi guitarists who …

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Dink Johnson

Dink Johnson was nothing at all if not versatile, as you can judge from your three devices that he played. Johnson began employed in New Orleans like a pianist in Storyville. He traveled to LA where he was a drummer for Expenses Johnson’s Creole Music group in 1913. Johnson freelanced, …

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Little Whitt & Big Bo

Veterans from the Alabama blues picture for a lot more than 4 decades, Small Whitt (given birth to Jolly Wells, Feb 19, 1931) and Big Bo (given birth to Bo McGee, Oct 9, 1928) reached out for an market outside their house state for the very first time in March …

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