Delta blues


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Delta blues

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(Pop Music) (sometimes functioning as singular) a style of blues originating in the Mississippi Delta, typically featuring slide guitar and harmonica
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Schein, a musician and guitar salesman, and Brite, an author, visual artist, and herbalist, describe how Schein discovered and attempted to authenticate a lost photo of Robert Johnson, a delta blues guitarist who is said to have sold his soul to the devil at the crossroad in exchange for his talent.
No longer with Inspiral Carpets, Tom is now a solo acoustic singer song writer , with three acclaimed solo acoustic albums behind him, Keep Britain Untidy (2000), Thames Valley Delta Blues (2009) and Sand (2012).
deep south & delta blues TRACE the roots of American music in the Deep South along the Mississippi.
Head South, to Nashville deep south & delta blues TRACE the roots of American music in the Deep South along the Mississippi.
A lot has been happening to the Phnom Penh-based Krom, with their unique dark blend of traditional Khmer music mixed into a genre coined the Mekong Delta Blues since they made their first-of-its-kind international debut in a three-night, three-venue tour of Bangkok back in December 2014.
From the Mississippi Delta rises a new sensation: Delta Blues Rice.
Then I'd stroll down Beale Street - a melting pot of delta blues, jazz, rock 'n' roll, R&B and gospel.
The guitarist is known for a postmodern blues-roots style, influenced by Delta blues, that incorporates folk, rock, jazz and pop.
On records since, she has carved out a soulful sound that blends Greenwich Village folk, central Texas country, Mississippi Delta blues, and New Orleans jazz.
The band (Boston Music Award-winners in 2012 for "Blues Artist of the Year'') is rooted in vintage 1930s Mississippi delta blues and plays originals and classics with the idea that everyone should be dancing.
They will make their second appearance at Saltburn this month - the band's Delta blues sound will be supported by the Steve Dixon Band.
Tracks including I Need More Time, Stormclouds and Knievel were incredible in their ambition and variety, throwing in elements of desert rock, Morriconestyle guitar twang, ominous delta blues and furious tribal percussion, all delivered in the usual blood and thunder fashion we've come to expect from a band who seem to be in the form of their lives.