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Discussion in 'Miscellaneous [BG]' started by Dr. Cheese, Mar 21, 2011.
Legendary bluesman Pinetop Perkins dead at 97 - Music news
His passing is the end of generation.
You got that right, Doc. It's good to know he was still vital and performing to the very end of his long life. RIP.
A sad day, indeed. He'll be missed. Rest in peace, Pinetop.
Bummer, RIP Pinetop
RIP Pinetop,The Blues Community will forever be grateful for the Heart and Soul you gave us over the Long Wonderful Career you shared with us!!
stayed in his shot gun shack on the old hopson plantation outside of clarksdale a few years back , it had a large mural painted of him at his piano inside the living room area. he was truely the last of the living ledgens, r.i.p. pinetop. i'm sure that heaven can use the boogie !
I remember seeing Pinetop with Muddy Waters back in 73
at the Colonial Tavern Toronto
Eddy B's Blueheart Archive - T.O. Blues Colonial Tavern and Record Villa
The man could play! RIP Pinetop.
They don't make them like that anymore. But hope so.
I saw him play in Halifax 1990. He seemed frail then, until he started playing, and playing. I recall he really stretched out his sets. Solid, professional and clear.
It was an honour to see 'the real thing'.
RIP Mr Perkins.
May he rest in peace. Too many of the original Blues Greats are sadly
gone. He certainly paid his dues and had a good long run.
I'd quote George VI from "The King's Speech" but that kind of language isn't allowed here.
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