Nat Riddles (born in New York, February 4, 1952 – 11 August 1991) was known in the New York blues circles for his street performances with guitarist Charlie Hilbert in the “El Cafe Street” duo. He was a freeform poet in words and in music. He died of leukemia in 1991, and there is no known footage of him performing on the street. An album of live performances with Hilbert was released posthumously, in 2007.
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