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About Little Sonny

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.

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Listen toLittle Sonnyon Napster

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.

About Little Sonny

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.

About Little Sonny

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.