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Ivory Joe Hunter

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Ivory Joe Hunter will forever be associated with his songs “I Almost Lost My Mind,” and “Since I Met You Baby,” which are essentials in the standard songbooks of popular music. His music was very polished and well thought out. Though starting out as a blues and then an R&B sensation, he comfortably crossed over into ballads, country, soul and pop. Born in Kirbyville, Texas, in 1914, Hunters’ mother was a gospel singer and his father, Dave Hunter, played guitar. A young Ivory Joe ( yes his real name) took an early interest in music and in 1933 made his first recording for the Library of Congress

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Hamonica Master James Cotton to Perform in Galloway October 22

Grammy Award-winning harmonica master James “Mr. Superharp" Cotton and his band will perform at the Stockton Performing Arts Center in Galloway on Monday, October 22, 2012. Cotton's latest CD, the Grammy-nominated Giant, is his long-awaited return to Alligator Records. Cotton, who in 2012 is celebrating his 68th year as a professional musician (starting at the age ...

Album

Jumping At The Dew Drop

Label: Atco Records
Released: 1980

Album

I Need You So

Label: Atco Records
Released: 1959


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