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{*Johnny & June Carter Cash’s wedding, 1968 May they rest in peace together now :( what Country Legends they were*}

Charley Patton - Spoonful Blues (Delta Blues 1929)

Rosetta Patton Brown, last surviving child of Charley Patton outside her home in Duncan MS holding the only known picture of her father

"You have to give people something to dream on."      - Jimi Hendrix

Jimi Hendrix was arguably the greatest instrumentalist in the history of rock music. Many musicians nowadays see Jimi Hendrix as a legend. Especially the guitarists, because Jimi Hendrix played mostly on his electric guitar.

Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe

Memphis Minnie & Kansas Joe

Amos Easton (May 7, 1905) – June 8, 1968), better known by the stage name Bumble Bee Slim, was a Piedmont blues musician. By 1931 he had moved to Chicago, where he first recorded as Bumble Bee Slim for Paramount Records. The following year his song, "B Blues", was a hit for Vocalion Records, inspiring a number of other railroad blues and eventually becoming a popular folk song. Over the next five years he recorded over 150 songs for the Decca, Bluebird and Vocalion labels.

Francis Hillman "Scrapper" Blackwell (February 1903 – October was an American blues guitarist and singer

Leos Janacek was a Czech composer of some amazing and innovative operas.  They include "Jenufa" (1904), "The Cunning Little Vixen" (1924) and "From the House of the Dead" (1927).

Leos Janacek was a Czech composer of some amazing and innovative operas. They include "Jenufa" "The Cunning Little Vixen" and "From the House of the Dead"

Jimmie Strothers - We're Almost Down to the Shore - YouTube

James 'Jimmie' Strother, blind musician convicted of murdering his wife in prison, folklorist John A. Lomax visited, recorded and preserved Jimmie's music in Library o' Congress Archive o' Folk Song. pic State Prison Records Collection, Library of VA

Henry "Ragtime Texas" Thomas, 1927

Henry “Ragtime Texas” Thomas - Find A.

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"Blind" Willie Johnson was an American singer and guitarist, whose music straddled the border between blues and spirituals. While the lyrics of his songs were often religious, his music drew from both sacred and blues traditions.

'Ripley Blues' CANNON'S JUG STOMPERS (1928) Banjo Blues Legend

'Ripley Blues' CANNON'S JUG STOMPERS (1928) Banjo Blues Legend

Milhaud - French composer

Find Darius Milhaud bio, music, credits, awards, & streaming links on AllMusic - Milhaud was one of the most prolific and varied…

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