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1717 New Orleans

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1912 RAGTIME TO BLUES
1923 COUNTRY MEETS BLUES

Hillbilly music was born in the

southern United States. The first

commercial recording featuring

vocals and lyrics was Fiddlin' John

Carson with "Little Log Cabin in

the Lane". This was made for

Okeh Records on June 14, 1923.

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1600’s: BLUE DEVILS

The term “blue devils” was used in Britain during the 1600s, to denote the melancholic feeling that can accompany severe alcohol withdrawal. This, at times was accompanied by intense visual hallucinations.

1885: RAGTIME

Ernest Hogan, a black entertainer wrote a piece of popular music syncopated with a popular piece of ‘cakewalk’ style. He called this new music ‘ ragtime’,

1717 NEW ORLEANS

Thirty convicts were put to work, clearing the river-sides of the dense vegetation, in the area where New Orleans now stands. Once completed carpenters set about building provisional shelters.

1912: RAGTIME TO BLUES

Ragtime tunes published in 1912 included Memphis Blues, Baby Seals Blues and Dallas Blues. The term ‘blues’ denoted that these pieces were to be played at a slow pace.

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RIAL OFFER

Very simple block of text with rules above and below the block. Users would be able to set the width / height but not adjust the thickness of the outer line. This is actually just a replicated rectangle that’s slightly taller behind,
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1885: RAGTIME

Ernest Hogan, a black entertainer wrote a piece of popular music syncopated with a popular piece of ‘cakewalk’ style. He called this new music ‘ragtime’,
Read More Read More
RAGTIME TO BLUES

1912: RAGTIME TO BLUES

Ragtime tunes published in 1912 included Memphis Blues, Baby Seals Blues and Dallas Blues. The term ‘blues’ denoted that these pieces were to be played at a slow pace.
Read More Read More

1600’s: BLUE DEVILS

The term “blue devils” was used in Britain during the 1600s, to denote the melancholic feeling that can accompany severe alcohol withdrawal. This, at times was accompanied by intense visual hallucinations.