Blues Harp Legends
Legendary blues harmonica players and their music. Plenty cryptic clues to help out. 10 Questions.
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John Lee Curtis Williamson, American blues harmonica player and singer was better know as who?
"Sonny Boy Williamson"
"King Biscuit Williamson"
Which famous blues "harp" player is described as being "the Hendrix of the harmonica"?
"Wailing at Weavers" was a hit for which blues band?
Paul Lamb and the Blues Burglars
The Paul deLay Band
Greg Taylor and the Rockets
Paul Orta and the Kingpins
U2's Bono described this player as being "the greatest harmonica player in the world". What's his name?
Electric blues harp player Mike Curtis was better known as who?
"Electro" Mike Curtis
"Wailing" Mike Curtis
"IronMan" Mike Curtis
"Dixie" Mike Curtis
Blues harp player Andy Lee plays with which band?
The Cat's Whiskers
The Blue Cats
This blues harp player's style was referred to as "Swamp Blues", and he learnt to play the harmonica from the legendary "Sonny Boy Williamson". What is his stage name?
"Foot Tapper" Cleve
"Walter's Jump" was performed by which legendary blues harp player?
King Biscuit Boy
This veteran Canadian blues harp player has played for 30 years, and has worked with many well-known performers. What is his name?
"Man Mountain" Hartnett
Which legendary blues harp player was born in Chicago, 1951, and formed a band called "The Sons of Blues"?
Billy Boy Arnold
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