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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Earl_KingEarl King - Wikipedia

    Earl Silas Johnson IV: Born February 7, 1934: Origin: New Orleans, Louisiana, United States: Died: April 17, 2003 (aged 69) Genres: New Orleans blues, New Orleans R&B: Occupation(s) Musician, singer, songwriter, record producer: Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar: Years active: 1953–2001: Labels: Savoy, Specialty, Ace, Imperial, Kansu ...

  2. By Jon Pareles. April 21, 2003. Earl King, the New Orleans rhythm-and-blues guitarist and singer who wrote songs that became Mardi Gras standards, died on Thursday in New Orleans, his...

  3. 2 de feb. de 2021 · Earl King: Poet Laureate of New Orleans — THE BITTER SOUTHERNER. Earl Kings lyrical blues and electric stage presence set him apart. But he’s never been properly honored as a Louisiana writer who penned songs for Dr. John, the Neville Brothers, Stevie Ray Vaughan, and Jimi Hendrix.

  4. 1 de feb. de 2024 · Blake Pontchartrain. Feb 1, 2024. New Orleans rhythm & blues guitarist, singer and songwriter performs at Tipitina's circa 1990. Provided photo by Pat Kauchick. This week marks the 90th...

  5. www.encyclopedia.com › education › news-wires-white-papers-and-booksKing, Earl | Encyclopedia.com

    King was born Earl Silas Johnson IV on February 7, 1934, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He was the seventh son of a blues pianist who played with “Tuts” Washington. His father died when King was a baby, leaving his mother, affectionately called “Big Chief,” to raise the family.

  6. 1934 – 2003. Blues. Earl King (2/7/34 – 4/17/03) was one of the most talented and beloved songwriters and performers in New Orleans and the rest of the country. His songs have been recorded by artists from Fats Domino to Stevie Ray Vaughn, Robert Palmer to Professor Longhair.

  7. 23 de abr. de 2003 · From Associated Press. NEW ORLEANSEarl King, the songwriter and guitarist responsible for some of the most enduring and idiosyncratic compositions in R&B;, has died. He was 69. King died...