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Walter Furry Lewis by Bluesoundz Radio, via Flickr. Blues legends should not have to drink Falstaff tallboys. Let's hope he actually liked them.
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Furry Lewis Rural blues performer Walter “Furry” Lewis personified the relaxed and intimate character of the early blues.

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"She put carbolic in my coffee, turpentine in my tea, Strychnine in my biscuits, Lord but she didn't hurt me.

Walter Furry Lewis by Bluesoundz Radio, via Flickr. Blues legends should not have to drink Falstaff tallboys. Let's hope he actually liked them.

Walter Furry Lewis by Bluesoundz Radio, via Flickr. Blues legends should not have to drink Falstaff tallboys. Let's hope he actually liked them.

Walter Furry Lewis

2012 Blues Hall of Fame Inductees Furry Lewis {love the slide on his pinkie finger!

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Son House and Howlin Wolf.pioneer bluesmen (Two of the biggest names in history of the Blues)

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James Cotton - Blues harp legend. Apparently he's happy to see us!
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Blues is the answer

James Cotton - Blues harp legend. Apparently he's happy to see us!

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Booker T. Washington White (November 12, 1906 – February 26, 1977), also known as Bukka White, was a delta blues guitarist and singer from Mississippi. “Bukka” is actually not a nickname, but a misspelling of his given name Booker by Vocalion, his second record label. White started his career playing the fiddle at square dances; he typically played slide guitar in an open tuning. In 1930, this blues guitarist first recorded for the Victor Records label, his recordings altering between country bl
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Booker T. Washington White (November 1906 – February also known as Bukka White, was a delta blues guitarist and singer from Mississippi.

„Parchman Farm Blues" (B. White) Recorded: Chicago, March 1940 Bukka White (vcl) (g), Washboard Sam (w) Bukka White (November 1909 -- February

Booker T. Washington White (November 12, 1906 – February 26, 1977), also known as Bukka White, was a delta blues guitarist and singer from Mississippi. “Bukka” is actually not a nickname, but a misspelling of his given name Booker by Vocalion, his second record label. White started his career playing the fiddle at square dances; he typically played slide guitar in an open tuning. In 1930, this blues guitarist first recorded for the Victor Records label, his recordings altering between country bl

Booker T. Washington White (November 12, 1906 – February 26, 1977), also known as Bukka White, was a delta blues guitarist and singer from Mississippi. “Bukka” is actually not a nickname, but a misspelling of his given name Booker by Vocalion, his second record label. White started his career playing the fiddle at square dances; he typically played slide guitar in an open tuning. In 1930, this blues guitarist first recorded for the Victor Records label, his recordings altering between…
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Disclaimer : June is Black Music Month and I am dedicating my post to African-American artists from the past and present.

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Frank Stokes was an American blues musician, songster, and blackface minstrel, who is considered by many musicologists to be the father of the Memphis blues guitar style.

Frank Stokes was an American blues musician, songster, and blackface minstrel, who is considered by many musicologists to be the father of the Memphis blues guitar style.

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Little Walter Jacobs--king of the harp.

Here's the man to thank for the sound of the harmonica as we know it. We're talking about Little Walter Jacobs, whose innovation was that he put the harmonica and the microphone together in his cupped hands.

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