Big Joe Duskin
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The Alabama-born son of a Baptist preacher, Big Joe Duskin grew up to become one of the stalwarts of the Cincinnati blues scene. Although he honored a promise to his father that he would not play the "Devil's music" until his father's death (at the age of 104, in the 1970s), Duskin quickly made up for lost time. Although he's recorded sporadically, releasing Cincinnati Stomp in 1977, Don't Mess With the Boogie Man in 1988, and Down the Road a Piece in 1998, he's had a major influence on aspiring Midwestern blues musicians.
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- Every Day I Have the Blues - (5:44) - 31 plays
- Roll 'Em Pete - (3:06) - 47 plays
- Tender Hearted Woman - (3:37) - 51 plays
- Cincinnati Stomp - (2:42) - 37 plays
- Down the Road a Piece - (0:56) - 34 plays
- Dollar Bill Boogie - (2:25) - 36 plays
- Beat Me Daddy, Eight to the BAR - (2:53) - 20 plays
- So Long - (4:31) - 45 plays
- Low Down Dog - (3:39) - 41 plays
- Boogie Woogie Prayer - (3:35) - 18 plays