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Robert Jonhson - did he really meet the devil at a crossroad in Mississippi? One of the most influential musicians in history.he's known as the father of both "the blues" and "rock and roll.

Death Letter Blues- Son House Son House was one of the last of the old school Mississippi delta blues singers. Son's music had a big influence on both Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters who both came from that rural area near Clarksdale Mississippi where Son House frequently performed at picnics, juke joints and roadhouses.

Death Letter Blues- Son House Son House was one of the last of the old school Mississippi delta blues singers. Son's music had a big influence on both Robert Johnson and Muddy Waters who both came from that rural area near Clarksdale Mississippi where Son

robert johnson with johnny shines

The third ever published photo of Delta blues singer Robert Johnson, left, and musician Johnny Shines. There are many others who dispute it. The photo was found by classical guitarist Steven Schein. Robert Johnson is buried on Money Rd.

Gary Kelley - from "Black Cat Bone: The Life of Blues Legend Robert Johnson" -  Monotype - 2006

per prior pinner: Gary Kelley - from "Black Cat Bone: The Life of Blues Legend Robert Johnson" - Monotype - 2006

The great Robert Johnson, King of the Delta Blues and hellhound trailblazer.

A man and innovator of the Blues, Mr. Robert Johnson, in this one of two known photographs to exist of this man who supposedly sold his soul to the devil at the crossroads to play the guitar.

Robert Leroy Johnson ( Born May 8, 1911 - Died August 16, 1938)  This legend made the list as he is known to be the "Grandfather of Rock 'n' Roll". He is famous for his unique vocals and guitar style. He has influenced many musicians, including Led Zeppelin, Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones. He died at the young age of 27.  http://voices.yahoo.com/top-10-blues-singers-all-time-3392498.html

King of the Delta Blues. Presented here is the second Blues Legend painting 'Robert Johnson'. Acrylic on canvas, 80 x 160 cm, by Sebastian Kruger, Looks like a photograph, doesn't it?

Robert Johnson

Coleccion Personal de Fotos(Stones,Winter,Dylan,etc)

Robert Leroy Johnson (May 1911 – August was an American blues singer and musician. His landmark recordings from display a combination of singing, guitar skills, and songwriting talent that have influenced later generations of musicians.

Robert Johnson, from a photo booth.  One of only two undisputed photographs of the Delta blues master.  The other is a studio shot of him smiling, seated with a hat on.  There are no film clips of Johnson known to exist.

Robert Johnson, from a photo booth. One of only two undisputed photographs of the Delta blues master. The other is a studio shot of him smiling, seated with a hat on. There are no film clips of Johnson known to exist.

Robert Johnson Woodcut, $40

A man of blue and dark blue playing Guitar, with the words: "Robert Johnson Taught the Devil How To Play Guitar"

Robert Johnson : Blues Man

Robert Johnson : Blues Man

Aleck Rice Miller AKA Sonny Boy Williamson (1899 or 1912 - 1965) a legendary blues man who played with Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and Elmore James. He also taught Howlin' Wolf how to play the harp.  Sonny_Boy_Williamson_VW_001.jpg 1,261×1,600 pixels

Sonny Boy Williamson - there were 2 bluesmen with the same stage name. Not sure which one this is ('Maddy' informs us that this is Sonny Boy Williamson II)

David "Honeyboy" Edwards (June 28, 1915 – August 29, 2011) was a Delta blues guitarist and singer.  Edwards was born in Shaw, Mississippi. Edwards was 14 years old when he left home to travel with blues man Big Joe Williams.  He performed with famed blues musician Robert Johnson with whom he developed a close friendship. Honeyboy was present on the night Johnson drank poisoned whiskey which killed him, and his story has become the definitive version of Johnson's demise.

David "Honeyboy" Edwards (June 1915 – August was a Delta blues guitarist and singer from the American South.