Uncle Donnie Miller
8 Shouts - 27 Scrobbles
Recorded Live at Linwood, Michigan
Uncle Donnie plays what he calls SHARECROPPER MUSIC (Piedmont blues & roots country) the music that his mother would have listened to as the daughter of a sharecropper in the 1920s and 30s.
Don "Uncle Donnie" Miller Released his first 45 "Loving You" in 1970. He followed this up with: "Voice From The Sky" 1971, "Heading Unto The Wind" 1972, "Out In The Country" & South Dakota Lady" 1977 (both with L.W. Brinson), and "Don't Be Forgetting me now" 1978. He spent the next 10 years playing bass and studying under blues singer/guitarist Richard "Big Boy" Henry.
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