Pee Wee Crayton
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Connie Curtis Crayton (b 18 December 1914, Rockdale, Texas – d 25 June 1985, Los Angeles), known as Pee Wee Crayton, was an American R&B guitarist and singer. Crayton began playing guitar seriously after moving to California in the mid-1930s, and settling in San Francisco. While there he absorbed the music of T-Bone Walker, but developed his own unique approach. His aggressive playing contrasted with his smooth vocal style, and was copied by many later blues guitarists.
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