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Howl·in' Wolf

 (hou′lĭn) Originally Chester Arthur Burnett. 1910-1976.
American singer and musician who earned his nickname for the baying cries that characterized his style of blues singing.

Howlin' Wolf

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(Biography) real name Chester Burnett. 1910–76, US blues singer and songwriter
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il Lupo is Italian for "wolf" and is a subtle homage to Mississippi-born blues legend Chester Arthur Burnett, best known as Howlin' Wolf.
En agosto de 1951 y con mas de veinte anos de carrera, el blusero Chester Arthur Burnett, mejor conocido como Howlin' Wolf (Lobo aullador), lanzo su primera grabacion en forma para la legendaria discografica Chess Records de Chicago, Illinois, titulada How Many More Years ("Cuantos anos mas"), primer y mas grande exito en las listas de popularidad.
Two such artists were the incomparable, towering (musically and physically) Chester Arthur Burnett aka Howlin' Wolf and the muchcopied guitarist, Freddie King.
1 By what name was influential US blues singer and musician Chester Arthur Burnett better known?