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About Tarheel Slim

Tarheel Slim started out as vocalist/session man Alden Bunn and recorded in just about every musical style played from the late '40s until the '60s, when he went underground for a few years. In 1958 he hit with the Rockabilly classic "No.9 Train" -- then fell off the map until the '70s when he returned, recording a pair of straight blues records. He's a talented multi-instrumentalist, and his proficiency with both the guitar and the harmonica complements his soulful vocal style in these traditionalized Electric Blues workouts.

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Listen toTarheel Slimon Napster

Tarheel Slim started out as vocalist/session man Alden Bunn and recorded in just about every musical style played from the late '40s until the '60s, when he went underground for a few years. In 1958 he hit with the Rockabilly classic "No.9 Train" -- then fell off the map until the '70s when he returned, recording a pair of straight blues records. He's a talented multi-instrumentalist, and his proficiency with both the guitar and the harmonica complements his soulful vocal style in these traditionalized Electric Blues workouts.

About Tarheel Slim

Tarheel Slim started out as vocalist/session man Alden Bunn and recorded in just about every musical style played from the late '40s until the '60s, when he went underground for a few years. In 1958 he hit with the Rockabilly classic "No.9 Train" -- then fell off the map until the '70s when he returned, recording a pair of straight blues records. He's a talented multi-instrumentalist, and his proficiency with both the guitar and the harmonica complements his soulful vocal style in these traditionalized Electric Blues workouts.

About Tarheel Slim

Tarheel Slim started out as vocalist/session man Alden Bunn and recorded in just about every musical style played from the late '40s until the '60s, when he went underground for a few years. In 1958 he hit with the Rockabilly classic "No.9 Train" -- then fell off the map until the '70s when he returned, recording a pair of straight blues records. He's a talented multi-instrumentalist, and his proficiency with both the guitar and the harmonica complements his soulful vocal style in these traditionalized Electric Blues workouts.