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John Campbell

(1952—1993)


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B. 20 January 1952, Shreveport, Louisiana, USA, d. 13 June 1993, New York, USA. Campbell, a white man, became an authentic-sounding blues singer/guitarist after a serious drag racing accident in ...

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