Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Heroes of the Blues Blind Lemon Jefferson

Celebrating the great early Men and Women who where among the first to record the Blues.

A Native of Wortham, Texas, the legendary Blind Lemon Jefferson worked as a street singer and visited several state in the course of this travels. His successful recording debut in 1926 launched the vogue for country blues. Before his mysterious death in 1929, Jefferson recorded eighty-five sides and established himself as the most popular blues guitarist of his era. An off-beat guitarist known for his free phrasing patterns, he was one of the most inspired singers found in the blues.
The underground comics icon Robert Crumb was commissioned by Yazoo Records to create the Heroes of the Blues card set from which our t-shirts where created. Printed on 100% quality cotton tee you'll find the full collection of 36 color portrait only at Keep On Truckin' Apparel.
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