Troyce Key (1937-1992) was a U.S. blues guitarist, best known for his work with J.J. Malone.
Born in Jordon Plantation (seventy miles from Monroe), Louisiana, USA, in the early 1950s Key became interested in the blues after hearing a record by Lightnin’ Hopkins, and he began playing guitar following a serious illness that resulted in hospitalisation. During this time he was greatly influenced by the records of Fats Domino, Johnny Otis, Muddy Waters, and others. He was signed… read more
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