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  2. Johnny Young (January 1, 1918 – April 18, 1974) was an American blues singer, mandolin player and guitarist, significant as one of the first of the…

  3. Willie Lee Egan (October 1, 1933 - August 5, 2004) was an American rhythm and blues singer and pianist.

    Willie Egan is a boogie-woogie bluesman of…

  4. Collaboration (on a few different albums) between singer / harmonica player Carey Bell and his guitarist son Lurrie Bell. See their respective biogs…

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  6. Allen GEORGE “Harmonica” SMITH (1924.04.22/West Helena, AK – 1983.10.02/Los Angeles, CA)’s family moved to Cairo, IL soon afterward where he was…

  7. John Brim (April 10, 1922 — October 1, 2003) was a Chicago blues guitarist, songwriter and blues harp player.

    Brim picked up his early guitar licks…

  8. H-Bomb Ferguson (May 9, 1929 – November 26, 2006) was an American jump blues singer from Cincinnati, Ohio, United States. He was an early pioneer…

  9. Born in New Haven, Connecticut and raised in Los Angeles, California, Mark absorbed the music of such Chicago based harp blowers as Little Walter,…

  10. DEFORD BAILEY (1899-1982)

    DeFord Bailey was born in 1899 at Carthage, Smith County, Tennessee. His mother died when he was a little more than a…

  11. Kim Wilson is a U.S. blues singer and harmonica player. He is best known as the lead vocalist and frontman for the The Fabulous Thunderbirds on…

  12. PAT RAMSEY (1953/Shreveport, LA – 2008.11.17) began playing harmonica at the age of 17. After a couple of years honing his chops while hitchhiking…

  13. George "Mojo" Buford plays blues harmonica. Best known for playing with Muddy Waters in 1962, 1967-68, and 1971-72. During the 67-68 period he…

  14. Noah Lewis (September 3, 1890 or 1895 – February 7, 1961) was an American jug band and country blues musician, generally known for playing the…

  15. JERRY "Boogie" McCAIN (1930.06.19/Gadsden, AL – 2012.03.28) claimed to be the greatest post war harp player alive in 2012.

    Born in 1930 in Gadsden,…

  16. "Sounds like what it used to be before amps but with juice!! "

    Billy Branch has followed a very non-traditional path to the blues. Unlike many…

  17. Bluesman Johnny Dyer (Dec.7,1938 - Nov.13, 2014) ....R.I.P.

    Johnny Dyer was born on Dec.7,1938 and spent some time growing up on the Stovall…

  18. William Clarke, a West Coast blues harmonica virtuoso, singer and songwriter, that released nine albums (U.S.) before his untimely death at age 45…

  19. Charlie Sayles performs a unique and diverse repetoire of American roots music, tailoring sets to the audience and venue. The band plays Jump,…

  20. Vocalist/harmonica player Big George Jackson was born November 16, 1949 and in the Twin Cities he is known as the authentic big man of the blues.…

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