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STEVE MORRISON

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Steve blends the sweet slide guitar

of Ry Cooder with the driving

rhythms of John Lee Hooker and

the dancability of Slim Harpo’s

swamp blues. Steve brings a

powerful and unique sound to the

blues. Original songs are delivered

by a fun, warm and authentic

British voice.

SLIM HARPO

Slim Harpo, a singing harmonica

player, whose style had a rural

tinge but used conventional

uniform song structure. He

influenced The Rolling Stones who

in a curious pattern of cultural

exchange, helped introduce young,

white American audiences to

African-American blues.

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MUSICIANS

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RIAL OFFER

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STEVE MORRISON

Steve blends the sweet slide

guitar of Ry Cooder with the

driving rhythms of John Lee

Hooker and the dancability of

Slim Harpo’s swamp blues. Steve

brings a powerful and unique

sound to the blues. Original

songs are delivered by a fun,

warm and authentic British voice.

Read More Read More
SLIM HARPO

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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 behinsoundsd,

Slim Harpo, a singing harmonica

player, whose style had a rural

tinge but used conventional

uniform song structure. He

influenced The Rolling Stones who

in a curious pattern of cultural

exchange, helped introduce young,

white American audiences to

African-American blues.

Read More Read More