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Bobby Rush Lived the Blues. Six Decades On, He's Still Playing Them

12 days ago   |   By NY Times

On the heels of winning his second Grammy, and on the verge of publishing a memoir, the singer, guitarist and harmonica player is enjoying a long-delayed moment of recognition.
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