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Casey Bill Weldon

About Casey Bill Weldon

Guitarist/singer Casey Bill Weldon primarily recorded from the 1920s through the '40s, and managed to straddle a line between Urban and Country Blues with nothing more than his voice and guitar. A veteran of numerous different jug bands and former husband to singer/guitarist Memphis Minnie, he's primarily remembered for his jumping solo arrangements and cleanly articulated lines played with a bottle neck slide. His controlled and fluid playing, as well as his sophisticated phrasing, display a horn-like ring to them at times.

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Casey Bill Weldon

Guitarist/singer Casey Bill Weldon primarily recorded from the 1920s through the '40s, and managed to straddle a line between Urban and Country Blues with nothing more than his voice and guitar. A veteran of numerous different jug bands and former husband to singer/guitarist Memphis Minnie, he's primarily remembered for his jumping solo arrangements and cleanly articulated lines played with a bottle neck slide. His controlled and fluid playing, as well as his sophisticated phrasing, display a horn-like ring to them at times.

About Casey Bill Weldon

Guitarist/singer Casey Bill Weldon primarily recorded from the 1920s through the '40s, and managed to straddle a line between Urban and Country Blues with nothing more than his voice and guitar. A veteran of numerous different jug bands and former husband to singer/guitarist Memphis Minnie, he's primarily remembered for his jumping solo arrangements and cleanly articulated lines played with a bottle neck slide. His controlled and fluid playing, as well as his sophisticated phrasing, display a horn-like ring to them at times.

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About Casey Bill Weldon

Guitarist/singer Casey Bill Weldon primarily recorded from the 1920s through the '40s, and managed to straddle a line between Urban and Country Blues with nothing more than his voice and guitar. A veteran of numerous different jug bands and former husband to singer/guitarist Memphis Minnie, he's primarily remembered for his jumping solo arrangements and cleanly articulated lines played with a bottle neck slide. His controlled and fluid playing, as well as his sophisticated phrasing, display a horn-like ring to them at times.

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