Hubert Sumlin at the Jazz Workshop in Boston in the mid-1970's playing his Rickenbacker guitar, which was his standard instrument during those final years with Wolf. - Photo by Peter Jason Riley

Hubert Sumlin at the Jazz Workshop in Boston in the playing his Rickenbacker guitar, which was his standard instrument during those final years with Wolf. - Photo by Peter Jason Riley

Howlin Wolf and Hubert Sumlin

rockincountryblues: “ Howlin’ Wolf and Hubert Sumlin at Big Duke’s Blue Flame Lounge, Chicago 1971 ”

Hubert Sumlin with Howlin' Wolf

Hubert Sumlin with Howlin' Wolf

Howlin Wolf

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Son House, Howling Wolf, Los Angeles, CA, April, 1965

deltabluesfolkgospelandmore: “ Son House, Howling Wolf, Los Angeles, Photo by Dick Waterman.

Etta James--I love Etta! I feel so lucky that I was able to see her perform a few years before she passed.

Hear 5 Etta James Recordings

Etta James--I love Etta! I feel so lucky that I was able to see her perform a few years before she passed.

Howlin’ WOlf

The incomparable Howlin' Wolf. At a time when many black artists were cheated or exploited he managed his money so prudently he was able to provide his band health insurance--unheard of at the time!

Oscar "Buddy" Woods (c. 1895 – December 14, 1955) was a Texas blues guitarist, singer and songwriter.  Woods, who was an early blues pioneer in lap steel, slide guitar playing, recorded thirty-five tracks between 1930 and 1940. He recorded solo and as part of the duo, the Shreveport Home Wreckers, and with a six/seven piece group, the Wampus Cats. Woods's best known song was "Lone Wolf Blues", from which came his billing as 'The Lone Wolf'.

Fixin To Die Blues: Blues artists that played National steel resonator-type guitars. Features Black Ace, Son House, Bukka White, Tampa Red and more!

Clarence 'Gatemouth' Brown

Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown - Blues musician and multi-instrumentalist. He is known for fusing many different music styles with the blues. He is known for his classics like "Okie Dokie Stomp" and "Pressure Cooker.

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