New Orleans Blues Bands and Artists List

 
 
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    Professor Longhair
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    Marcia Ball
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    Guitar Slim
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    Earl King
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    Henry Butler
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    Larry Hamilton
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    Guitar Slim, Jr.
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    Little Sonny Jones
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