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We recently got a chance to catch up with some folks from a great cultural program that is administered by the US State Department through an organization called American Voices.
Though the song has been featured in dozens of movies, it’s lyrics continue to be somewhat of a mystery. The song, like so many traditional folk songs, has a long and storied history, winding from rushed phonetic translation in New Orleans to a misheard title in Chess Records and far beyond and before.
Fascinating blues piano master Lee Pons talks about solo, boogie, and plenty more!
Beyond the quick wit and self-deprecating brand of humor lies a man that has a vast amount of knowledge about music and life; the type of knowledge that can only obtained by living through it, not reading about it. Check out Todd Sharpville’s story!