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About Lowell Fulson

Few blues artists have worn as many hats as Lowell Fulson. He's got a massive discography behind him and an even more massive talent for experimentation. He's tried everything from acoustic and rural to urban and electric to R&B, and he's still going strong. Listen for a few minutes to Fulson's dead-on delivery and pristine guitar playing and you'll understand why his career has spanned half a century -- few can sing the blues so well yet sound free of self-pity at the same time.

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Listen toLowell Fulsonon Napster

Few blues artists have worn as many hats as Lowell Fulson. He's got a massive discography behind him and an even more massive talent for experimentation. He's tried everything from acoustic and rural to urban and electric to R&B, and he's still going strong. Listen for a few minutes to Fulson's dead-on delivery and pristine guitar playing and you'll understand why his career has spanned half a century -- few can sing the blues so well yet sound free of self-pity at the same time.

About Lowell Fulson

Few blues artists have worn as many hats as Lowell Fulson. He's got a massive discography behind him and an even more massive talent for experimentation. He's tried everything from acoustic and rural to urban and electric to R&B, and he's still going strong. Listen for a few minutes to Fulson's dead-on delivery and pristine guitar playing and you'll understand why his career has spanned half a century -- few can sing the blues so well yet sound free of self-pity at the same time.

About Lowell Fulson

Few blues artists have worn as many hats as Lowell Fulson. He's got a massive discography behind him and an even more massive talent for experimentation. He's tried everything from acoustic and rural to urban and electric to R&B, and he's still going strong. Listen for a few minutes to Fulson's dead-on delivery and pristine guitar playing and you'll understand why his career has spanned half a century -- few can sing the blues so well yet sound free of self-pity at the same time.