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Sam Myers (I) (1936–2006)

Sam Myers was a blues singer / drummer / harpist / harmonica player who was born in Laurel, MS, in 1938. He played in the Jackson, MS, area in the 1950s, backing up such "Delta blues" artists as Elmore James and even releasing a few singles on his own. He formed his own band in the 1960s and played what was called the "chitlin' circuit" throughout... See full bio »

Died:

(age 70) in Dallas, Texas, USA

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China Moon
China Moon Blues Band
1991

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  Supernatural (TV Series) (performer - 1 episode, 2016) (writer - 1 episode, 2016)
- The Chitters (2016) ... (performer: "Things Have Changed") / (writer: "Things Have Changed")
 1991 China Moon (performer: "Well, Well, Well, Baby-La", "Tell Me What I Want to Hear", "Rack 'Em Up") / (writer: "Rack 'Em Up") / (writer: "Tell Me What I Want to Hear" - as S. Myers)
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 1991 China Moon
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Album (w/Anson Funderburgh & The Rockets: "Sins" (Black Top Records). NOTE: The Album won the W.C. Handy Award as Best Blues Album and the band won another one as Best Blues Band. See more »
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Blues singer and musician.

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