“That’s All Right” at 60

Sun Records 45 "That's All Right"
Sun Records released “That’s All Right”, July 19, 1954.

Sun Records Studio, Memphis 1954
The Sun Records Studio, Memphis 1954. The legendary Sam Phillips is in front, with guitarist Scotty Moore, bassist Bill Black, and some singer named Elvis in the back.

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Blues Legend Johnny Winter passes

Blues legend Johnny Winter

B.B. King once described the albino from Texas as, “Extra white”. Johnny Winter was known for his lightning fast electric slide playing. Muddy Waters said of Winter, “…that guy… He plays eight notes to my one.”

Winter was 70. RIP.

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