Chapter 3 – American Blues Traditions. Songsters – poor traveling black folk musicians in the late 1800’s – early 1900’s Many black musicians in the South were day laborers; only a few played music full-time Some of the musicians were blind; music was the only way they could make a living
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Chapter 3 – American Blues Traditions
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