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John Lee Hooker  Coahoma County, Mississippi  Highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist.

John Lee Hooker: (August 1917 – June was a highly influential American blues singer-songwriter and guitarist. Hooker rose to prominence performing his own unique style of country blues. He developed a 'talking blues' style that was his trademark.

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Young Dizzy Gillespie ~ Jazz favorites of Tommy and Beth ~ The Final Piece by Maggi Myers

Happy Birthday Luther Vandross!

Luther Vandross~this man sang to my soul.A House is not a Home still make my soul pay attention


Jimi Hendrix Carnaby Street London June a tour of rock'n'roll locations in London with an expert guide! (There will be time for shopping in the iconic street too!

John Lee Hooker, at Music Inn, Stockbridge (MA), ca 1950 -by Clemens Kalischer (via T for tout)    from grisebach

burnedshoes: “© Clemens Kalischer, ca. John Lee Hooker at Music Inn, Stockbridge (MA) “All my life I been doin’ what people tell me to do. Now, I’m telling them.” ― John Lee Hooker Thanks to.

Roberta Flack

Roberta Flack is an American singer, songwriter, and musician who is notable for Jazz, R&B/Soul and Folk music.

Kurt Cobain hell yeah - Leia agora os nossos artigos sobre música grunge em http://mundodemusicas.com/category/grunge/

A talented yet troubled grunge performer, Kurt Cobain became a rock legend in the with his band, Nirvana. He committed suicide at his Seattle home in

Stevie Ray Vaughan poses with his Fender 'Number One"

Stevie Ray Vaughan poses with his Fender "Number One" ~ Excellent Photo!

ZZ Top

ZZ Top- which one is Angela's cool dad on Bones? I think it's the guy on the right.

John Lee Hooker

John Lee Hooker Musicians The Michael Mendelson Archives Photographs of Legendary Rock n Roll Buddy Miles Dave Mason

oh muddy my muddy Muddy waters- MANISH BOY

McKinley Morganfield a.a Muddy Waters (Born April 1913 - Died April This musician is better known as "The Father of Chicago Blues". He is also the real father of famous blues musicians Big Bill Morganfield and Larry "Mud Morganfield" Williams.

Jimmy Page

Jimmy Page

Bonnie Raitt

Women Who Rock: In the Pages of

June 2012 Bonnie Raitt Live Photo by Ed Perlstein on Getty Images