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Delta Blues Artists | ... Jr. - Profile & Discography for Delta Bluesman Robert Lockwood Jr

Delta Blues Artists | ... Jr. - Profile & Discography for Delta Bluesman Robert Lockwood Jr

The Delta Blues Cartel featuring The Legendary Blues guitarist and Grammy Award winner Mr. Robert Jr. Lockwood,  Honeyboy Edwards,  Henry Townsend,  Homesick James,  With Gene Schwartz on bass guitar and Vernon Jones on drums. at B.B Kings on 42nd. Street.  New York, City 2000

The Delta Blues Cartel featuring The Legendary Blues guitarist and Grammy Award winner Mr. Robert Jr. Lockwood, Honeyboy Edwards, Henry Townsend, Homesick James, With Gene Schwartz on bass guitar and Vernon Jones on drums. at B.B Kings on 42nd. Street. New York, City 2000

Mikhail Glinka

Mikhail Glinka

Bessie Brown (1890 – 1955) also known as "The Original" Bessie Brown, was a classic female blues, jazz, and cabaret singer. She sometimes recorded under the pseudonyms of Sadie Green, Caroline Lee, and possibly Helen Richards. Brown was active as a recording artist from 1925 to 1929. Her best known tracks were "Ain't Much Good in the Best of Men Nowdays" and "Song from a Cotton Field".

Bessie Brown (1890 – 1955) also known as "The Original" Bessie Brown, was a classic female blues, jazz, and cabaret singer. She sometimes recorded under the pseudonyms of Sadie Green, Caroline Lee, and possibly Helen Richards. Brown was active as a recording artist from 1925 to 1929. Her best known tracks were "Ain't Much Good in the Best of Men Nowdays" and "Song from a Cotton Field".

Jim Jackson (c.1884-1937) was a blues and hokum singer, songster and guitarist, whose recordings in the late 1920s were popular and influential on later artists. Jackson was born in Hernando, Mississippi and was raised on a farm, where he learned to play guitar. Around 1905 he started working as a singer, dancer, and musician in medicine shows, playing dances and parties often with other local musicians such as Gus Cannon, Frank Stokes and Robert Wilkins.

Jim Jackson (c.1884-1937) was a blues and hokum singer, songster and guitarist, whose recordings in the late 1920s were popular and influential on later artists. Jackson was born in Hernando, Mississippi and was raised on a farm, where he learned to play guitar. Around 1905 he started working as a singer, dancer, and musician in medicine shows, playing dances and parties often with other local musicians such as Gus Cannon, Frank Stokes and Robert Wilkins.

Photo © 2013 Steven W. Likens. "Sunshine" Sonny Payne has been the host of the King Biscuit Time radio program on KFFA AM1360 in Helena, Arkansas, since 1951. Monday through Friday at 12:15 PM, Payne still announces “Pass the Biscuits, it’s King Biscuit Time." The 30 minute blues program is broadcast "live” by KFFA from the Delta Cultural Center in Historic Downtown Helena. King Biscuit Time is the longest running daily radio program in American history.

Photo © 2013 Steven W. Likens. "Sunshine" Sonny Payne has been the host of the King Biscuit Time radio program on KFFA AM1360 in Helena, Arkansas, since 1951. Monday through Friday at 12:15 PM, Payne still announces “Pass the Biscuits, it’s King Biscuit Time." The 30 minute blues program is broadcast "live” by KFFA from the Delta Cultural Center in Historic Downtown Helena. King Biscuit Time is the longest running daily radio program in American history.

Floyd Council- Piedmont blues

Floyd Council- Piedmont blues

Paul Robeson

Paul Robeson

Tommy Johnson was a Mississippi blues musician and was the basis for Chris Thomas King's character in the movie.

Tommy Johnson was a Mississippi blues musician and was the basis for Chris Thomas King's character in the movie.

Eddie                     Burns

Eddie Burns

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