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Mike Henderson

Born in Marshall, Missouri 1943, moved to San Francisco, California in 1965. Mike Henderson Blues Band has performed all the major music venues in the Bay Area and opened shows for and performed with many great blues artists such as Albert Collins, Big Joe Turner, Bo Diddley , Bobby Blue Bland, Albert King, Elvin Bishop, Esther Phelps, Freddy King, James Cotton, Jimmy Dawkins, Jimmy Reed, John Lee Hooker, Johnny Shines, Koko Taylor, Junior Wells, Katie Webster, Lightnin Hopkins, Luther Tucker, Magic Sam, Mike Bloomfield, Taj Mahal, Willie Dixon and many more. Three appearances at the Sacramento Blues Festival

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Mike Henderson and the Bluebloods: Thicker Than Water

Read "Thicker Than Water" reviewed by Ed Kopp

If you like your blues loud and fast, you should love this sophomore effort from Mike Henderson and the Bluebloods, a Nashville-based band consisting of four great musicians who've spent most of their careers as country players. Leader Mike Henderson is a highly capable slide guitarist, harpist, and singer, but the guy who makes this CD ...


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