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by D'Arcy Rix-Hayes The United States has the highest rate of incarceration in the world, with one in every 15
Louis Jordan campaigning at the Apollo Theater
From the Mississippi Delta to the streets of Chicago; from Mamie Smith at the Howard Theatre to Kingfish at Red’s,
By Elva D. Green Perry (Mule) Bradford In 1920, Mr. Perry (Mule) Bradford, African American songwriter, minstrel, and vaudeville performer
by Jonathan Oldstyle You like the blues. That's why you're here, reading about Reverend Gary Davis. Maybe you like jazz
Introduction In the 1930s we move from the “Jazz Age'' to the “Swing Era”. New York is now the Jazz
Famous Jazz Musicians of the 1920s
Introduction A new age sprung to life during the decade following the First World War - The Jazz Age. It
Blind Willie Johnson (1897–1945) By Bill Berry “Probably the finest slide guitar playing you’ll ever hear” – Eric Clapton, commenting
Blues Musicians Who Died in 2019
Honouring Those Musicians We Lost In 2019 By Paul T Forrest A number of music artists passed away in 2019.
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(Written by Leonardo Pereira) 1. BIG BILL BROONZY (Lee Conley Bradley; 1903 - 1958) The city of Chicago is constantly
“I can get to Hell just as quick as you can.” The Profanity of John Carson's Fiddle  Over the course