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Sonny Boy Williamson - What an amazing picture (Mississippi 1912-1965) #DeltaBlues #blues | Skynyrd.com

Sonny Boy Williamson II - What an amazing picture (Delta Blues) (Mississippi

Sonny Boy Williamson II (Harmonica, Vocals / Electric Delta Blues, Electric Chicago Blues)

Sonny Boy Williamson II (Harmonica, Vocals / Electric Delta Blues, Electric Chicago Blues) He's been my Teacher for the Harmonica!

Aleck Rice Miller AKA Sonny Boy Williamson (1899 or 1912 - 1965) a legendary blues man who played with Robert Johnson, Muddy Waters and Elmore James. He also taught Howlin' Wolf how to play the harp.  Sonny_Boy_Williamson_VW_001.jpg 1,261×1,600 pixels

Sonny Boy Williamson - there were 2 bluesmen with the same stage name. Not sure which one this is ('Maddy' informs us that this is Sonny Boy Williamson II)

Sonny Boy Williamson II became famous as a blues harmonica player in 1941. He made his initial groundbreaking performance on the King Biscuit Time radio program. Williamson was born Alex Miller on the Sara Jones Plantation in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi. The actual date of his birth is uncertain; he claimed to have been born in […]  The post Sonny Boy Williamson II: The Father of Modern Harp appeared first on Black Then .

Sonny Boy Williamson II became famous as a blues harmonica player in 1941. He made his initial groundbreaking performance on the King Biscuit Time radio program. Williamson was born Alex Miller on the Sara Jones Plantation in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi. The actual date of his birth is uncertain; he claimed to have been born in […] The post Sonny Boy Williamson II: The Father of Modern Harp appeared first on Black Then .

Sonny Boy Williamson II. Fairfield Hall, Croydon England, 1963.

Honeyboy Edwards' recollection about the occasion when he first met the legend - Sonny Boy Williamson II: "And I remember the first time I met Sonny Boy Williamson. His name was Rice Miller.

London Street Music. Harmonica Player in Piccadilly Circus Station - YouTube

my first harp influence, unbeatable acoustic tone from the blues harp meister.

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