Musical artists similar to or like Howlin' Wolf
Chicago blues singer, guitarist, and harmonica player. Wikipedia
Chicago blues singer, guitarist and harmonica player, best known for his work as a member of Muddy Waters's band in the early 1950s. He also had a solo career and recorded several popular blues songs, including "That's All Right" (now a blues standard), "Chicago Bound", "Walking by Myself" (his sole R&B chart appearance), and "Rock This House". Wikipedia
Sentences forHowlin' Wolf
- Jagger and Richards had a shared admiration of Jimmy Reed, Muddy Waters, and Howlin' Wolf.
- Howlin' Wolf moved to Chicago in 1954 with financial support earned through his successful Chess singles, and the "legendary rivalry" with Muddy Waters began.
- I was the MC, and I could have said to the part of the crowd that booed Bob, "you didn't boo Howlin' Wolf yesterday. He was electric!"
- While performing their cover of the Howlin' Wolf song "Smokestack Lightning", the smoke machine they used made too much smoke and the club had to be cleared out.
- On his next album Rocks in the Head, Daltrey's voice ranges from a powerful bluesy growl à la Howlin' Wolf to the tender vocals shared with his daughter Willow on the ballad "Everything a Heart Could Ever Want".
- It was the same brand of electric guitar made popular by Howlin' Wolf, and White most famously used it on "Seven Nation Army".
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