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Cootie Stark December 27, — April 14, was an American Piedmont blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. His best remembered recordings were "Metal Bottoms" and "Sandyland.

He spent much of his early years playing rockabilly piano in the late s, playing organ in rock and roll bands in the s and playing piano in numerous country music bands in the s, s and s. Inhe went out as a solo artist. As a pianist and composer, Sowell has recorded eight albums, crossing many genres of music, from jazz, pop, rock and roll, honky tonk and blues to country music, gospel and easy listening.

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Sharpville is a British musician, singer-songwriter and lead guitarist, mainly in the blues field. It is claimed that he is "the world's first blue-blooded bluesman, being a titled member of one of the UK's oldest aristocratic families, descending from royal lineage". Inthe Conservative Party asked him to stand for election as a Prospective parliamentary candidate, but he declined the offer.

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Caron Nimoy "Sugaray" Rayford born February 13, is an American electric blues singer and songwriter. He has released three albums to date and been nominated in two categories for a Blues Music Award. Johnny Rawls born September 10, is an American soul blues singer, guitarist, arranger, songwriter and record producer.

He was influenced by the deep soul music of the s, as performed by O. Wright, James Carr, and Z. Hill, although his styling, production and lyrics are more contemporary in nature. Roxanne Potvin born March 31,Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada is a Canadian bilingual Gatineau, Quebec-based singer, blues guitarist, songwriter and vocalist.

His music has been characterized as a mixture of delta blues and jazz. Born in Washington County, Mississippi, he sang and played the guitar, but made his living as a farmer. Neal Pattman January 10, — May 4, was an American electric blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter. He started his music career in Duluth, Minnesota. He plays a National resonator guitar, a fretless open-back banjo, and a string guitar often in the Piedmont blues style.

He is married to Emily Parr, who occasionally adds back vocals to Charlie's music with two children. The band is composed of brothers Luther Dickinson guitar, lowebow, vocals and Cody Dickinson drums, keyboards, electric washboardand Chris Chew electric bass guitar. Neal comes from a musical family and has often performed with his brothers in his band. Bobby Murray born June 9, is an American electric blues guitarist, songwriter and record producer.

Murray has played in Etta James' backing band for twenty years, performed on three Grammy Award winning recordings with James and B. King, and released three solo albums. Harry Manx is a musician who blends blues, folk music, and Hindustani classical music. He studied for five years in India with Vishwa Mohan Bhatt. He was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, and raised in nearby Fairfield. Together, they formed a short-lived, two-man band called Lo-Fi Masters.

After their split, Mayer continued to play local clubs—refining his skills and gaining a following. His following two full-length albums—Room for Squares and Heavier Things —did well commercially, achieving multi-platinum status. Wolf Mail is a Canadian blues rock guitarist and singer. Mail has recorded 6 full length albums, internationally distributed and has toured in over 26 countries. He is influenced by blues, jazz, soul and country. An American blues, gospel, and rock singer, songwriter, guitarist and recording artist.

He has five albums that charted on the top 50 of the Billboard chart and has won a Grammy Award for Turn Around. He has had a four-decade long career as a blues harmonicist and bandleader, with fans around the world. Davy Knowles born is a Manx blues guitarist and singer. Knowles drew his musical influences from blues musicians that he grew up listening to such as Dire Straits, Peter Green, and Eric Clapton's Cream.

Due to his home country's proximity to Ireland, Knowles has stated that his music also is influenced by the Celtic genre, which is noted to be present in the song "Roll Away". Davy Knowles toured with The Rhythm Devils in A left-handed guitarist who played the instrument upside down, he concocted his stage name in deference to his two musical heroes, Jimi Hendrix and Albert King. Guitarist, harmonica player and singer-songwriter, based in Houston, Texas.

He played Americana, blues-rock, Southern rock and rockabilly music. Paul "Wine" Jones July 1, — October 9, was an American contemporary blues guitarist and singer.

Johnny "Yard Dog" Jones June 21, — September 16, was an American Chicago blues and soul blues singer, guitarist, harmonica player, and songwriter. He won a W. Handy Award in Jeremiah Johnson born is an American blues singer, guitarist and songwriter. His music blends elements of St. Louis blues, southern rock, and country. Rick Holmstrom born May 30, is an American electric blues and rhythm and blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He is currently the bandleader for Mavis Staples. Matt Hill born June 17, is an American electric blues singer, guitarist and songwriter.

To date, Hill has released two albums, and he has also gained a reputation for his energetic live performances. Norman Jeffrey "Jeff" Healey March 25, — March 2, was a blind Canadian jazz and blues-rock vocalist and guitarist who attained musical and personal popularity, particularly in the s and s.

He hit Number 5 on the U. He was born to a Portuguese father and a French-Canadian mother. After his debut album release Blues in Technicolor, he began touring the United States and Canada and he has since recorded eight more albums. Their style incorporates both Chicago blues and Texas blues. His love for electric blues grew by listening to British Invasion bands such as the Yardbirds, the Animals, Cream, and the Rolling Stones. Inspired by a live appearance by B.

King, he was determined to become a blues guitarist. Chris Duarte born February 16, is an American guitarist, singer, and songwriter. Duarte plays a style of Texas blues-rock that draws on elements of jazz, blues, and rock and roll. In his own words, his musical style is a combination of "rockin' blues" and "punk blues.

Johnny Drummer born Thessex Johns, March 1, is an American Chicago blues and soul blues singer, keyboardist, drummer, harmonica player, and songwriter. His stage name came after viewing the film, Johnny Guitar, adopting the name to suit his then choice of instrument.

Thornetta Davis born August 11, is an American Detroit blues and rhythm and blues singer. She also worked with Kid Rock and Alberta Adams, and has released two full-length solo albums.

Guy Davis born May 12, is an American blues guitarist and banjo player, and actor. He is the son of the actors Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis. Davis is one of the few remaining blues musicians that got experience singing the blues based on first-hand experience in the Mississippi Delta, having sung to help pass the time while picking the cotton fields.

He released five critically acclaimed albums before his career was cut short by his sudden death at the age of Murali Coryell born October 27, is an American blues guitarist and singer. King and Wilson Pickett.

While touring the United States, he uses local session musicians for his performances rather than traveling with a regular backing band. Shemekia Copeland born April 10, is an American electric blues vocalist. Joanna Connor born August 31, is an American Chicago-based blues singer, songwriter, and an epic guitarist. Michael Coleman June 24, — November 2, was an American Chicago blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He was voted one of the top 50 bluesmen in the world by Guitar World magazine.

Grady Champion born October 10, is an American electric blues harmonicist, singer, guitarist and songwriter. He has released eight albums to date. His "rough, raspy vocals", complement his "authentic Mississippi juke joint blues and Although she has been creating and performing music for more than 20 years, it took until before she released her debut album, Out of the Blue. Her voice draws comparisons with Bonnie Raitt and Eva Cassidy.

Carawan is a cousin of the folk musician Guy Carawan. He has been recording since the mids. His music has taken him from local stages to national and international touring.

If you close your eyes you will be convinced that you are listening to Otis Redding singing in …tremendous. Ronnie Baker Brooks born January 23, is an American Chicago blues and soul blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. He was a respected club performer in Chicago, before recording three solo albums for Watchdog Records. The son of fellow Chicago blues musician Lonnie Brooks, he is the brother of another blues guitarist, Wayne Baker Brooks.

Boyack performs modern electric blues and blues rock. He has released four albums sincefor both the Bullseye Blues and Doc Blues record labels. Joe Bonamassa born May 8, is an American blues rock musician, singer and songwriter. Deanna Bogart born September 5,Washington, D.

Scott H. He is primarily known as one of the prominent musicians of the One Man Band musical genre. His music has been featured in many American television shows and films. He has also appeared as himself in several films and documentaries.

His playing combines a number of blues styles, primarily Delta blues. He plays a Fender Telecaster Thinline electric guitar and writes his own musical compositions. Chris Beard born August 29, is an American electric blues singer, guitarist, and songwriter. He has released five albums to date, the first of which was nominated for a Blues Music Award. He is dubbed 'Prince of the Blues'. Barrelhouse Chuck born Charles Goering, July 10, is an American Chicago blues and electric blues pianist, keyboardist, singer, and songwriter.

Banks October 28, — May 2, was an American Chicago blues and soul blues guitarist, singer and songwriter.

He was a respected club performer in Chicago for many years, before recording two albums for Wolf Records. Banks released one album in on Evidence Records, but played with plenty of other blues musicians, from his late teens to his death at the age of Daniel Quine "Dan" Auerbach born May 14, is an American musician and record producer best known as the guitarist and vocalist for The Black Keys, a blues rock band from Akron, Ohio.

As a member of the band, Auerbach has recorded and co-produced seven studio albums with his bandmate Patrick Carney. InAuerbach released a solo album entitled Keep It Hid. John Locked Down and Hacienda. In SpringAuerbach announced a new side-project, The Arcs. James Armstrong born April 22,Los Angeles, California, United States is an American soul blues and electric blues guitarist, singer and songwriter.

Grego Anderson born is an American blues musician and folk artist, living in Austin, Texas. John Altenburgh born John Altenburg, April 20,Wausau, Wisconsin, United States is an American jazz and blues pianist, composer, arranger and producer who has made his home in Mosinee, Wisconsin.

Altenburgh studied music at the University of Wisconsin—Oshkosh. Bonny B. His most recognizable performances include the introduction to "Turn the Page" and the saxophone solo in "Old Time Rock and Roll". Since the early s he has been touring and recording with his band, the Rocket 88s. Woods calls his music, "rock-a-boogie," and with his backing band has retrospectively provided a s and s jump blues style. Alan Christie Wilson July 4, — September 3, was a co-founder, leader, and primary composer for the American blues band Canned Heat.

He played guitar, harmonica, sang, and wrote several songs for the band. Best known for his high-energy blues-rock albums and live performances in the late s and s, Winter also produced three Grammy Award-winning albums for blues singer and guitarist Muddy Waters. After his time with Waters, Winter recorded several Grammy-nominated blues albums.

With his backing band, the Blues Imperials, slide guitarist Williams has built up a loyal following. Golden "Big" Wheeler December 15, — July 20, was an American Chicago blues and electric blues singer, harmonicist and songwriter. He released two albums in his lifetime, and is best known for his recordings of the songs "Damn Good Mojo" and "Bone Orchard".

Valerie Wellington November 14, — January 2, was an African-American Chicago blues and electric blues singer and actress. In her early years, Wellington also worked with Lee "Shot" Williams. In a short career, she switched from opera to the blues. Stanley Frederick "Stan" Webb born 3 February is the frontman and lead guitarist with the blues band Chicken Shack.

His best known recordings were "Bad Dog" and "Drinkin' and Stinkin'". Despite a lengthy, albeit stuttering, career, Webb nevertheless only released one album. Willie D. Warren September 11, — December 30, was an American electric blues guitarist, bass player and singer. One of Warren's better known recordings was "Baby Likes to Boogie". Mose Vinson June 2 or August 7, — November 16, was an American boogie-woogie, blues and jazz pianist and singer. Over his lengthy career, Vinson worked with various musicians including Booker T.

Laury and James Cotton. Stephen "Stevie" Ray Vaughan October 3, — August 27, was an American musician, singer, songwriter, and record producer. In spite Im Talking About You n°2 - Elmore D - Basse-Moûse Blues (CDr a short-lived mainstream career spanning seven years, he is widely considered one of the most influential electric guitarists in the history of blues music, and one of the most important figures in the revival of blues in the s.

AllMusic describes him as "a rocking powerhouse of a guitarist who gave blues a burst of momentum in the '80s, with influence still felt long after his tragic death. He is the older brother of the late Texas blues guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan.

Trout's career began on the Jersey coast scene of the late s and early s. Robin Leonard Trower born 9 March is an English rock guitarist and vocalist who achieved success with Procol Harum during the s, and then again as the bandleader of his own power trio.

Andrew Tibbs February 2, — May 5, was an American electric and urban blues singer and songwriter. He is best known for his controversial recording, "Bilbo Is Dead", a song relating to the demise of Theodore G.

An American musician, singer and songwriter from Wilmington, Delaware. His "high-energy boogie-blues" sound became a staple of s rock radio. Ron Thompson born Album) 5, is an American electric blues and blues rock guitarist, singer and songwriter. Thompson has released seven albums since on labels including Blind Pig. Lil' Dave Thompson May 21, — February 14, was an American electric blues guitarist, singer and songwriter.

Rufus Thomas, Jr. March 26, — December 15, was an American rhythm and blues, funk, soul and blues singer, songwriter, dancer, DJ and comic entertainer from Memphis, Tennessee. He recorded for several labels including Chess and Sun in the s, before becoming established in the s and s at Stax Records.

According to the Mississippi Blues Commission, "Rufus Thomas embodied the spirit of Memphis music perhaps more than any other artist, and from the early s until his death He sang and played the piano and guitar, and specialized in a substyle of blues indigenous to southern Louisiana called swamp blues. Since resigning from the Rolling Stones in DecemberTaylor has worked with numerous other artists and released several solo albums.

He was ranked 37th in Rolling Stone magazine's list of the greatest guitarists of all time. Koko Taylor September 28, — June 3, was an American Chicago blues singer, whose style also encompassed many genres including electric blues, rhythm and blues and blues and soul blues popularly she was known as the "Queen of the Blues. Her name was sometimes styled KoKo Taylor.

She is also a Texas blues historian and impresario. Despite a sporadic recording career, Strehli spends time each year performing in Europe, the US and Canada.

Arbee Stidham February 9, — April 26, was an American blues singer and multi-instrumentalist, most successful in the late s and s.

Moses "Whispering" Smith January 25, — April 28, was an American blues harmonicist and singer. He was inducted into the Louisiana Blues Hall of Fame. Barkin' Bill Smith August 18, — April 24, was an American Chicago blues and electric blues singer and songwriter.

Although he was born in Cleveland, Mississippi, Smith spent his latter years in Chicago. Drink Small born January 28, is an African American soul blues and electric blues guitarist, singer, and songwriter. He is known as the 'Blues Doctor', and has been influenced by gospel and country music and Blind Boy Fuller. Lightnin' Slim March 13, — July 27, was an African-American Louisiana blues musician, who recorded for Excello Records and played in a style similar to its other Louisiana artists.

Preston Shannon born October 23, is an American electric blues and soul blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. Frank "Son" Seals August 13, — December 20, was an American electric blues guitarist and singer. He plays mostly personalized guitars, and sings, usually about his early life doing casual work. Saydak has released three albums under his own name since Billboard once described him as " Lewis separated from the band in and was replaced by Andra Faye. The group then featured Rabson on piano, vocals and guitar, Adegbalola on vocals and guitar, and Faye on vocals, bass, mandolin, violin and guitar.

His style incorporates elements of blues, rap and funk. Frederick Martin "Freddie" Roulette born May 3, is an American electric blues lap steel guitarist and singer. He is best known as an exponent of the lap steel guitar. Roomful of Blues is an American blues and swing revival big band based in Rhode Island. With a recording career that spans over 40 years, they have toured worldwide and recorded many albums. Billboard called the band "a tour de force of horn-fried blues…Roomful is so tight and so right.

Blues rock slide guitarist and record producer. He was named after the singing cowboy. Rogers plays a variety of guitar styles related to the Delta blues, but is most often recognized for his virtuoso slide work.

Mighty Mo Rodgers born July 24, is an American electric blues Album), singer, songwriter, and record producer, who has released six albums to date.

Fenton Robinson September 23, — November 25, was an American blues singer and exponent of the Chicago blues guitar. Sherman Robertson born October 27,Breaux Bridge, Louisiana, United States is an American blues guitarist, songwriter and singer, who has been described as "one part zydeco, one part swamp blues, one part electric blues and one part classic rhythm and blues.

Keith Richards born 18 December is an English musician, singer, songwriter, actor, and one of the original members of the rock band The Rolling Stones. Rolling Stone Magazine credited Richards for "rock's greatest single body of riffs" on guitar and ranked him 4th on its list of best guitarists. The Stones are generally known for their guitar interplay of rhythm and lead "weaving" with Brian Jones, Mick Taylor and Ronnie Wood over the years. Iverson Minter March 23, — February 25,known as "Louisiana Red", was an African American blues guitarist, harmonica player, and singer, who recorded more than 50 albums.

He was best known for his song "Sweet Blood Call". Kid Ramos born January 13, is an American electric blues and blues rock guitarist, singer and songwriter. Ramos has released four solo albums since on Black Top and Evidence Records. Gary Primich April 20, — September 23, was an American blues harmonica player, singer, guitarist and songwriter.

He is best known for his album, Mr. Lou Pride May 24, - June 5, was an American blues and soul singer and songwriter. Some sources state his year of birth was Pride had a cult following amongst British Northern soul aficionados.

Lonnie Pitchford October 8, — November 8, was an American blues musician and instrument maker from Lexington, Mississippi. He was notable in that he was one of only a handful of young African American musicians from Mississippi who had learned and was continuing the Delta blues and country blues traditions of the older generations.

Rod Piazza born December 18,Riverside, California is an American blues harmonica player and singer. He has been playing with his band The Mighty Flyers since which he formed with his pianist wife Honey Piazza. Their boogie sound combines the styles of jump blues, West Coast blues and Chicago blues. He plays guitar and keyboards. Music journalist Tony Russell, in his book The Blues - From Robert Johnson to Robert Cray has said, "he may be the only blues musician to have had national television exposure in short pants.

James Patrick "Jimmy" Page, Jr. Jay Owens September 6, — November 26, was a blind American electric blues and soul blues guitarist, singer and songwriter. Andrew Odom December 15, — December 23, was an African American, Chicago and electric blues singer and songwriter, best known for his close resemblance to the singing style of Bobby Bland and B. Regarded as one of the most significant cultural icons of the 20th century, he is often referred to as "the King of Rock and Roll", or simply, "the King".

Odetta Holmes December 31, — Im Talking About You n°2 - Elmore D - Basse-Moûse Blues (CDr 2,known as Odetta, was an American singer, actress, guitarist, songwriter, and a civil and human rights activist, often referred to as "The Voice of the Civil Rights Movement".

Her musical repertoire consisted largely of American folk music, blues, jazz, and spirituals. An important figure in the American folk music revival of the s and s, she was influential to many of the key figures of the folk-revival of that time, including Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Mavis Staples, and Janis Joplin.

Darrell Nulisch born September 14,Dallas, Texas is an American electric blues singer and harmonica player. He is best known for his work with his backing band, The Bluetones, with whom he has released seven albums since Steve Nardella born June 26,Providence, Rhode Island, United States is an American blues, rock and roll, blues rock and rockabilly guitarist and singer. Allmusic journalist, Cub Koda, stated Nardella is a "strong, American roots-music performer, equally adept at rockabilly and low-down blues.

Saul Hudson born July 23,better known by his stage name Slash, is a British and American musician and songwriter. He is best known as the former lead guitarist of the American hard rock band Guns N' Roses, with whom he achieved worldwide success in the late s and early s. Info: : www. This shall make yer feets move if you dig bands like Jack' O Fire Pacific blues If swampy, crunchy, front porch slide guitar blues is one of your things, Stinky Lou and the Goon Mat holds all the ingredients to get the foot pumping and the head swaying.

With enough edge to shear through iron, enough fire to burn through steel, their songs are packed with substance, ache and honest to goodness Delta twang. A real gem here. Goddeau Magazineover Muziek en andere — NL Het Zwitserse rock-'n-rolllabel Voodoo Rhythm gaat vaak op zoek naar nieuwe bands tot ver voorbij de eigen landsgrenzen.

De groep toerde reeds een paar keer het continent rond en heeft momenteel opnieuw een hele resem Europese concerten op zijn agenda staan. En dat is niet eens verwonderlijk, aangezien er in Europa niet zoveel geloofwaardige blues gemaakt wordten eens een groep gekend iskan deze natuurlijk gemakkelijk op loyaliteit in het wereldje rekenen.

Hun nieuwste plaat 12 Roots 'N Boogie Blues Hits toont immers dat de groep enerzijds heel veel respect heeft voor zijn grote voorbeelden — gaande van J. Hooker tot Bob Log — en anderzijds niet verlegen is om met modernere roots-'n-boogie uit te pakken. Dat 12 Roots 'N Boogie Blues Hits een lofi-plaat is, maakt het weliswaar een beetje moeilijker voor een niet-ingewijd publiek om toe te happen. Toch valt er hier en daar een kant-en-klaar nummer te consumeren. Of wat dacht u van het bezwerende "Talking Man"dat blues en gospel in een vrij heldere productie met elkaar in harmonie brengt?

Een smet voor het plaatje? Niet echt. Daarvoor wegen de betere momenten net iets te zwaar door. Dat een plaat niet slecht is, wil daarom uiteraard nog niet zeggen dat het een wereldplaat is. Niet wat ons betreft. Ere wie ere toekomt. Matchbox Bluesband. Les Incontournables. Memphis Slim. Hillbilly Blues. Got the Blues [Catfish].

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