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Perkins, Pinetop

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Personal name headingPerkins, Pinetop
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Variant(s)Perkins, Pine Top
Perkins, Willie Pinetop
Perkins, Joe Willie
Birth date19130707
Death date20110321
Place of birthBelzoni, Miss.
Place of deathAustin, Tex.
Field of activityBlues (Music)
Profession or occupationBlues musicians Pianists Guitarists
Found inAntone's tenth anniversary anthology [SR] p1986: container (Pinetop Perkins)
Muddy Waters. Hard again [SR] 198-?, p1977: insert ("Pine Top" Perkins, piano)
All-media guide WWW page, Apr. 27, 1999 (Pinetop Perkins; b. July 7, 1913, Belzoni, MS; guitar, piano, vocals)
Blues routes [SR] p1999: label (Willie "Pinetop" Perkins) insert (b. 1913 on Honey Island Plantation, Belzoni, Miss.)
Perkins, P. Live at Antone's. Vol. 1 [SR] p2000: label (Pinetop Perkins) insert (Joe Willie "Pinetop" Perkins; b. July 7, 1913; pianist)
Enc. of pop. mus., 3rd ed. (Perkins, Pinetop; b. Joe Willie Perkins, July 7, 1913, Belzoni, Miss.; blues pianist)
Hooker, E. Two bugs and a roach [SR] 1969: container (Joe Willie Perkins, piano & guitar)
New York times WWW site, Mar. 22, 2011 (in obituary published Mar. 21: Pinetop Perkins; b. Joe Willie Perkins, July 7, 1913, Belzoni, Miss.; d. Monday [Mar. 21, 2011], Austin, Tex., aged 97; boogie-woogie piano player who worked in Muddy Waters's last great band and was among the last surviving members of the first generation of Delta bluesmen)
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