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Snooks Eaglin (1936–2009)

Blues singer/guitarist Snooks Eaglin was born Fird Eaglin in 1936 in New Orleans, LA. Blind since infancy, he wanted to be a musician and taught himself to play guitar, and performed wherever he could, mainly on street corners and in churches. In his teens he came to the attention of Allen Toussaint, who let Eaglin join his band, The Flamingos. ... See full bio »

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 2015/II Focus (performer: "Let Me Go Home, Whiskey")
 2008 The Yellow Handkerchief (arranger: "Bottle Up And Go") / (performer: "Bottle Up And Go")
 2005 Make It Funky! (Documentary) (performer: "Come On")
  The Big Easy (TV Series) (performer - 2 episodes, 1996) (writer - 1 episode, 1996)
- Big Life (1996) ... (performer: "I Went to the Mardi Gras") / (writer: "I Went to the Mardi Gras")
- Cinderfella (1996) ... (performer: "Love Is Strong")
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 2005 Make It Funky! (Documentary)

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Songwriter: Wrote "Lucille", a hit for Little Richard. See more »

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