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#79 John Hammond

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John Hammond?

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Why John Hammond?

John Hammond (born in New York City on November 13, 1942) is the only musician ever to have Eric Clapton and Jimi Hendrix play in his band at the same time. As a guitarist/singer/harmonica player, he has earned the respect of luminaries like John Lee Hooker, Duane Allman, and many more. He’s released his own albums and played on many others. He frequently performs around the world as a solo artist.

  • mark kenneally

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    79? Are you kidding? Everything this guy touches turns to blues. He’s always been a solid harp player from the days of “The Screaming Nighthawks” with Bill Dicey and The Honey Man. One of the very few icons of American music left and a very solid harmonica player.

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