John Lee Hooker and Keith Richards ~ the blues greats were almost unknown in there own country, in the 60s, until young British rock musicians like the Stones and Eric Clapton started playing with them at there concerts. The blues world owes a debt of gratitude to a bunch of white British rockers for its own existence and relevance today.
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I was a little kid, like six or seven years old, when the Beatles came out. I remember hearing their music and I couldn’t imagine where that sound was coming from. Then I saw a picture of the Beatles, and George [Harrison] had an electric guitar, and I was like “That’s it!” It was that sound—the sound of George’s guitar—that first captured me when I was really young. It all goes back to that sound.
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