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About Honeyboy Edwards

Born in Mississippi in 1915, it took David "Honeyboy" Edwards the better part of 55 years to achieve any real success. His playing stands as a link between the rural blues of the Delta and Muddy Waters' modern Chicago Blues. Although he recorded in the 1950s for various independent labels, he got a big break recording with Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac at Chess Studios in 1969. His gruff voice and raw guitar enlivened their recordings and earned him a name on the international blues circuit.

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Listen toHoneyboy Edwardson Napster

Born in Mississippi in 1915, it took David "Honeyboy" Edwards the better part of 55 years to achieve any real success. His playing stands as a link between the rural blues of the Delta and Muddy Waters' modern Chicago Blues. Although he recorded in the 1950s for various independent labels, he got a big break recording with Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac at Chess Studios in 1969. His gruff voice and raw guitar enlivened their recordings and earned him a name on the international blues circuit.

About Honeyboy Edwards

Born in Mississippi in 1915, it took David "Honeyboy" Edwards the better part of 55 years to achieve any real success. His playing stands as a link between the rural blues of the Delta and Muddy Waters' modern Chicago Blues. Although he recorded in the 1950s for various independent labels, he got a big break recording with Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac at Chess Studios in 1969. His gruff voice and raw guitar enlivened their recordings and earned him a name on the international blues circuit.

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About Honeyboy Edwards

Born in Mississippi in 1915, it took David "Honeyboy" Edwards the better part of 55 years to achieve any real success. His playing stands as a link between the rural blues of the Delta and Muddy Waters' modern Chicago Blues. Although he recorded in the 1950s for various independent labels, he got a big break recording with Peter Green-era Fleetwood Mac at Chess Studios in 1969. His gruff voice and raw guitar enlivened their recordings and earned him a name on the international blues circuit.

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