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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.
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Howlin' Wolf

(ˈhaʊlɪn)
n
(Biography) real name Chester Burnett. 1910–76, US blues singer and songwriter
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