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American singer-songwriter. Wikipedia

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  • Bobby Womack

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  • Marvin Gaye

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  • Chuck Berry

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  • Larry Williams

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  • Gene Chandler

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  • Roy Brown (blues musician)

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  • Mary Gauthier

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  • Irma Thomas

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  • Harvey Fuqua

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  • Jimmy Witherspoon

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  • Minnie Riperton

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  • Suzy Bogguss

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  • Bill Kirchen

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  • Johnny Winter

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  • Rufus Thomas

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  • Jim Lauderdale

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