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ChicagoBluesHistory Oct 29
T-Bone Walker's recordings were a major influence on West Side Soul legend Otis Rush. He said the following about Walker in a Chicago Tribune article: ''I loved it--every minute of it. He had the technique, and he had the real feeling of the blues.''
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Gregg Allman Oct 29
Duane Allman - November 20, 1946 - October 29, 1971. Rest In Peace Skydog. Photo by Jim Marshall, October 1971.
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Kris Laybourn Oct 25
Hello Have A Great Week! I'm To Do A Tweet A Week Of Some Of My Playing... Week 1
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Charlie Hussey 23h
If this debut cd by 78 year old Sonny Green gets 1% of the publicity that the recent cd by a spaceman that was #1 on billboard it might show people what real is . Check it out it's the real deal
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Blues and News Oct 27
On this day (October 27) in 1939, Blues Artist, was born in Gilmer, Texas. Turner is the younger brother of the late Freddie King. I interviewed Turner back on February 17, 2019. Here's the full interview:
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Chris Grey & the BlueSpand Oct 28
. . . . Hey all, from us to you, stay safe and well during these hard times. 🙏
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Blues and News 14h
In case you missed it, I has the pleasure of interviewing the legendary Jimmy Johnson this past Sunday. Here is a clip from the interview. You can listen to the full interview here:
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ChicagoBluesHistory Oct 30
In his "The Rolling Stones: How, Why and Where It All Began," Alan Clayson sources the 1st edition of Oliver's "Blues Fell This Morning" as a work popular with a young and his classmates as they learned the language and the lore of .
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ChicagoBluesHistory Oct 22
Currently "Stormy Monday: The T-Bone Walker Story" by Helen Oakley Dance.
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Zowah Zay Oct 28
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Delta Blues Oct 29
This is what I call the "perfection". Live for the blues & die with the blues.!
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Daddy Stray Monk Oct 30
"It's not enough to play a song: you have to inhabit it." Joe Bonamassa
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Daddy Stray Monk 4h
"Them pains, when blues pains grab you, you'll sing the blues right." Otis Rush
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E.R.R.S Oct 29
New Listen Girl Video off The Album Soul Blues & Grooves
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Chicago Blues Bootcamp Network 18m
The latest "No Border Blues" with Johnny Burgin and Stephanie Tice as they interview UK artist Katie Bradley and Dave Ferra: You can learn blues guitar with Burgin, learn more here:
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vanbluesat 14h
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Blues and News Oct 27
On this day (October 27), in 1909, the late great Blues Guitarist/Pianist, Henry "Mule" Townsend was born in Shelby, Mississippi. He is the only Blues Artist known to have recorded in 9 consecutive decades between the1920s and 2000s.
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Blues and News Oct 26
On this day (October 26) in 1931, the late great Blues Pianist, Detroit Junior was born in Haynes, Arkansas. He wrote songs that were covered by the likes of Albert King, Koko Taylor, and many others. He passed away on August 9, 2005, in Chicago, IL.
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ChicagoBluesHistory Oct 25
“There’s a heap of trouble in life,”wrote B.B. King in the forward to T-Bone Walkers’ biography by H.O. Dance, “and a heap of blues artists are needed to keep track of all that.”
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Adventures of Lollipop Comics Oct 27
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