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This international award winning
performer knows how to capture an
audience with his live performances and
have them wanting more at the end of
Rawls’ musical tastes are as varied as his professional abilities are as wide-ranging as his itinerary. "My style is between gospel, blues and good hard soul music, Rawls says.
Carr was becoming popular on blues and retro-soul radio stations around the South, positioning herself as something of a female counterpart to Marvin Sease.
Priscilla Price was presented with a
“Life Time Achievement Award by the Blues Society of Detroit in 2006
Singer/writer, blues, soul, gospel
Deitra Farr is considered one of Chicago’s top vocalists, according to Living Blues Magazine (May 1997). Fiery, energetic, and soul-stirring describes this woman, who has over the years been nominated for Traditional Female Blues artist of the year by the W.C. Handy Awards, Female Blues Artist of the year by the Living Blues Critics Awards, the British Blues Connection Awards, and the Les Trophees France Blues awards.
Simone De is one of the new breed of artists successfully keeping soul music alive. Simone De is a convincing singer with a high and soulful tenor voice of which many have described being both powerful and emotional, charged with a gospel-like overtone. Simone De is able to captivate an audience throughout all of his performances. The crowds always enjoy Simone and are left wantingmore.
This versatile musician performs solo acoustical shows, electrical guitar shows with his band, and even blue grass. He opened for RALPH STANLEY & The Clinch Mt Boys
Soul singer/songwriter, Southern soul legend
One of the architects of the Stax-Volt sound, and is probably best known for his 1961 debut single, "You Don't Miss Your Water". In 1977, Bell topped Billboard's R&B singles chart with "Tryin' to Love Two". He co-wrote such tunes as “I Forgot to Be Your Lover,” “Private Number,” and “Born Under a Bad Sign,” the title song of an album by guitarist Albert King and a major hit for the British group Cream. Bell was inducted in to the Georgia Music Hall Of Fame in 1997.
Best known for his 1966 hit song "Knock On Wood" and other songs from the Memphis Soul Music era at STAX Records. He wrote songs for himself and other artists including Wilson Pickett and Otis Redding.
He is a member of the Rhythm and Blues Hall of Fame, The Alabama Music Hall of Fame and has received other honors throughout his nearly 50 year career in music.
“This blind, autistic artist has an amazing God given talent”, says Blues artist Roy Roberts.
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