Billy D and The Hoodoos

Billy D and the Hoodoos are a musical group from Portland, Oregon, U.S. Born on the south side of Chicago, Billy Desmond grew up influenced by early rock and blues. Billy began his career playing professionally at teen dances and parties at the age of fourteen, and by eighteen he was sneaking in Chicago blues clubs to hear greats like Muddy Waters, Junior Wells, Buddy Guy, and James Cotton. Eventually, Billy would work with blues legends Junior Wells, Big Time Sarah, Robert Cray, and Detroit Junior to name a few. Billy led his first band, Skid City Blues, as lead guitarist, singer and songwriter touring the Midwest during the 1970s. By 1984, Billy moved to Los Angeles, California and studied with established artists Tony Matthews, and played for Little Richard and Ray Charles. Billy spent half a year playing guitar for Don “Sugar Cane” Harris, considered by some as one of the world’s greatest blues violinist. Klik hier voor meer informatie.

Blue

Somethin’s Wrong

Whyya Do It

Hide My Heart

Fifty

Somewhere In The Middle Of The Blues

She’s The One

Love Makes You Cry

Save My Life

Crazy Little Dancing Queen

Kickstarter

Charlene

Miss The Love

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