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Otis Rush

About Otis Rush

Otis Rush is a living blues legend. A scorching guitar soloist who honed his talents in Chicago's South Side in the 1950s, Rush has written scores of essential blues tunes -- "I Can't Quit You Baby," "All Your Love" and "Double Trouble" to name just a few. He's a master of the slow blues, with a honeyed voice that can coalesce into soul-shattering shouts when called for. In some ways, Rush is a male counterpart to Ruth Brown, bringing that same swinging sensibility, good humor, and pathos to his R&B-influenced blues. Rush's sound has metamorphosed over the years, but he's remained true to the Chicago sound, pouring oceans of soul into controlled, searing, magnetic performances.

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Otis Rush

Otis Rush is a living blues legend. A scorching guitar soloist who honed his talents in Chicago's South Side in the 1950s, Rush has written scores of essential blues tunes -- "I Can't Quit You Baby," "All Your Love" and "Double Trouble" to name just a few. He's a master of the slow blues, with a honeyed voice that can coalesce into soul-shattering shouts when called for. In some ways, Rush is a male counterpart to Ruth Brown, bringing that same swinging sensibility, good humor, and pathos to his R&B-influenced blues. Rush's sound has metamorphosed over the years, but he's remained true to the Chicago sound, pouring oceans of soul into controlled, searing, magnetic performances.

About Otis Rush

Otis Rush is a living blues legend. A scorching guitar soloist who honed his talents in Chicago's South Side in the 1950s, Rush has written scores of essential blues tunes -- "I Can't Quit You Baby," "All Your Love" and "Double Trouble" to name just a few. He's a master of the slow blues, with a honeyed voice that can coalesce into soul-shattering shouts when called for. In some ways, Rush is a male counterpart to Ruth Brown, bringing that same swinging sensibility, good humor, and pathos to his R&B-influenced blues. Rush's sound has metamorphosed over the years, but he's remained true to the Chicago sound, pouring oceans of soul into controlled, searing, magnetic performances.

About Otis Rush

Otis Rush is a living blues legend. A scorching guitar soloist who honed his talents in Chicago's South Side in the 1950s, Rush has written scores of essential blues tunes -- "I Can't Quit You Baby," "All Your Love" and "Double Trouble" to name just a few. He's a master of the slow blues, with a honeyed voice that can coalesce into soul-shattering shouts when called for. In some ways, Rush is a male counterpart to Ruth Brown, bringing that same swinging sensibility, good humor, and pathos to his R&B-influenced blues. Rush's sound has metamorphosed over the years, but he's remained true to the Chicago sound, pouring oceans of soul into controlled, searing, magnetic performances.