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a type of folksong that originated among Black Americans at the beginning of the 20th century

a state of depression

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Running between 6.30pm and 7.40pm, supporters in attendance will be able to see the arrival of the whole first team squad and some Blues legends - including Mick Lyons and Steven Pienaar.
Bermuda FC captain Alex Rowe with Sky Blues Legends' opposite |number, David Busst, all set for the open-day kick off
Honeyboy's life has been intertwined with almost every major blues legend, Charlie Patton, Big Joe Williams, Sonny Boy Williamson, Howlin' Wolf and Lightnin' Hopkins among them.
Guitarists from across Europe are descending on the North East to help youngsters become the next rock and blues legends.
While his last solo album drew upon material purely from the Harry Smith anthology, Shaker expands his horizons slightly to pay tribute to blues legends like Son House, Mississippi John Hurt, Lightnin' Hopkins and Charlie Patton.
BLUES legends Duncan Ferguson and David Unsworth were on hand at Finch Farm recently to receive a generous cheque from Football Aid, made payable to Everton in the Community.
SKY Blues legends are to turn out for a charity football match in memory of a tragic 15-year-old Coventry City fan.
One of the UK's own blues legends, JOHN MAYALL has just announced a 25-night tour starting in Canterbury on October 25 before hitting Manchester, Bristol, Liverpool, London and finishing in Watford on November 18.JETHRO TULL'S IAN ANDERSON is also touring in September with visits to Shrewsbury, Exeter, Buxton and York.
LAST Saturday's archive edition featured Big Bear's American Blues Legends '75 at what was Digbeth Civic Hall and a live recording session with our red hot mid-70s' blue-eyed soul act Muscles.
Malaco was home to a host of veteran soul and blues legends who would otherwise have been without a contract, like Bobby Blue Bland, Johnnie Taylor, Little Milton Campbell, Tyrone Davis, Denise LaSalle, Shirley Brown, Benny Latimore and ZZ Hill, and these Dome double CDs contain the very best of their latter-day output.
In his 30-year career he has played throughout Europe and supported or played with a number of blues legends such as Bo Diddley and Memphis Slim.