sonny boy


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a male child (a familiar term of address to a boy)

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On The Story of Sonny Boy Slim, the first thing that strikes you is the restraint.
All this while Pacquiao (welterweight), Nonito Donaire (super-bantamweight), Sonny Boy Jaro (flyweight), and Donnie Nietes (light flyweight) hold world titles in the pro ranks.
He has played with some of the greatest legends of the 20th century including Sonny Boy Williamson, T Bone Walker, John Lee Hooker, Freddy King, Albert King, Brownie McGhee, Sonny Terry, Otis Rush and Buddy Guy and retains an energy and a passion for the music that remains undimmed.
To The Blind, giving the Sonny Boy Williamson composition a bluesy resonance.
I remember the first non-silent film to arrive in the Rhondda was shown in Tonypandy, and people from far and wide made a pilgrimage there to hear Al Jolson sing Sonny Boy.
ulti-instrumentalist Kitty Durham's musical heroes include blues greats Sonny Boy Williamson and Howlin' Wolf.
He played piano with harmonica master Sonny Boy Williamson and with BB King in Memphis.
he actor is all set to play out his rock 'n' roll dream on the big screen after reportedly landing the lead role in upcoming film Sonny Boy.
Dennis chose Nine Below Zero after drawing inspiration from a song written by Sonny Boy Williamson II.
Sure, he tends to wander off into snooze blues from time to time, however his traditional woke-up-this-morning versions of Sonny Boy Williamson and Freddie King numbers would have been enough to give so-called modern bluesmen like Jack White nightmares.
I lifted the cap I was wearing and told him, "Caps off to you, Sonny boy, for your great perseverance.
50 Gr Leighs Written by Willie Dixon and recorded originally by Sonny Boy Williamson II, Led Zeppelin included a version of the track on their second album, but the band failed to credit Dixon, leading to an out-of-court settlement.
And there are three previously unreleased tracks - 1973's Too Many Cooks Spoil The Broth (produced by John Lennon and featuring the likes of Al Kooper, Jack Bruce and Harry Nilsson), Charmed Life (from his Wandering Spirit session with Rick Rubin and featuring daughter Karis on backing vocals) and his version of Sonny Boy Williamson's Checkin' Up on My Baby.
Sonny Boy Williamson, a popular radio personality of the day, was supposed to entertain the crowd, but he couldn't make it.
Raised in Los Angeles, he was influenced by Chicago-based blues blowers such as Little Walter, James Cotton and Sonny Boy Williamson.