Memphis Slim | Artist

Memphis Slim | Artist

Tags: Era_1950s, Genre_Blues, Origin_USA, Type_Artist

John Len Chatman aka Memphis Slim was an American blues pianist, singer, and composer born 1915 in Memphis, Tennessee. He led a series of "Jump Blues" bands and worked frequently with fellow bluesman Willie Dixon. A song he cut in 1947, "Every Day I Have the Blues", has become a blues standard, recorded by many other artists. Outstanding albums include The Real Boogie Woogie, Willie's Blues, All Kinds of Blues and Memphis Heat. The latter was recorded with Canned Heat and The Memphis Horns.

Artist Website: wikipedia/Memphis_Slim

Featured Albums: Memphis Slim

Related Artists: Willie Dixon, Canned Heat

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