Howlin' Wolf


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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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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.
Richards said he had heard a "whisper" the album will be out in the autumn, adding it includes songs by Little Walter and Howlin' Wolf.
The album - their first since 2005's A Bigger Bang - features songs by Little Walter and Howlin' Wolf.
The Black Prairie Blues Festival, whose name is derived from the fertile black soil and once rolling prairie landscape of the region, began 20 years ago to honor West Point native Howlin' Wolf (Chester Burnett, 1910-1976) and other blues artists from the area.
com)-- Born In Chicago Features Interviews and Performances with Muddy Waters, Howlin' Wolf, Bob Dylan, Buddy Guy, B.
King, Howlin' Wolf, Buddy Guy and others, as well as their own brand of originals, the trio are among the final links to the history of the Blues, having played and recorded with the most influential Blues artists on both sides of the Atlantic.
You can hear the authentic stuff in the few remaining "juke joints" like Po Monkeys on a Thursday night in Merigold, or the Reds Club in Clarksdale, home of music icons like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, and the modern-era Ike Turner, who teamed up with Tina before "treating her bad," as a blues singer would say.
Afterwards I'd sit next to my dad and listen to him and the band talking about Leadbelly and Howlin' Wolf and old gigs that they played.
LOUIS -- Blues guitarist Tommy Bankhead rubbed shoulders with some of the genre's royalty, from Howlin' Wolf and Elmore James to Albert King and Sonny Boy Williamson.
The man holding the Howlin' Wolf 78 is Rich Hynes, owner of the Underground Record Shop in Indianapolis.
Tonight, it's a tribute by such modern players as James Cotton and Bob Margolin to the traditional blues music of Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf.