it ain't nothin' but the blues

it ain't nothin' but the blues Artist Guitars Australia - www. guitars online australia, ibanez guitars for sale and custom guitars sydney

R. Crumb made a series of card about Mississippi Delta blues artists, like one of my favorites, Mississippi John Hurt. He must be a huge fan to do so much research and work on each card.  The country music cards are great too.

Mississippi John Hurt “Heroes of the Blues Trading Cards” par Robert Crumb

Bb king ! A man who's music could tell a life story . One that I could relate too. He will be greatly missed RIP KING

BB King with his famous 'Lucille' - one of the most influential blues artists of…

James Cotton (born July 1, 1935, Tunica, Mississippi a blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, who has performed and recorded with many of the great blues artists of his time as well as with his own band, the James Cotton Blues Band.

The Fabric of His Life

James Cotton (born July Tunica, Mississippi) a blues harmonica player, singer and songwriter, who performed and recorded with many of the great blues artists of his time as well as with his own band, the James Cotton Blues Band.

Memphis Minnie was born 117 years ago today 6-3 in 1896.  Originally named Lizzie Douglas, she was a blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter whose recording career lasted from the 1920s to the 1950s. She recorded around 200 songs.She passed away in 1973

Women Of The Guitar, Some Of The Best Female Guitarist On The Planet

Memphis Minnie was an American blues guitarist, vocalist and songwriter. She was the only female blues artist considered a match to male contemporaries as both a singer and an instrumentalist

Howlin' Wolf--Chester Arthur Burnett (6.10. 1910 –1.10. 1976) was an influential American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player.

Chester Arthur Burnett (June 1910 – January known as Howlin' Wolf, was an influential American blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player. He was born in West Point, Mississippi in an area now known as White Station. With a booming voice

Big Joe Turner, a.k.a. Joseph Vernon Turner Jr. (May 18, 1911-November 24 1985). Instrument: vocals. Turner's voice was so big he could rock a gin joint without a mic.

R Crumb : Big Joe Turner, a. (May 24 Instrument: vocals. Turner's voice was so big he could rock a gin joint without a mic.

Credit: Ian Dickson / Rex Features/Ian Dickson / Rex Features An undated photo of the singer

Etta James – a life in pictures

Etta James performing on stage at Town Country Club Kentish Town London 26 July 1989

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