In 1992, when Bill Duggan was looking for musicians to play his new club, Madam's Organ, he got a call. The person on the phone said, "My name is Bobby Parker and I am the blues." Duggan hired him. "We opened on Halloween 1992 with Bobby Parker," the owner says, "and he died 21 years to [...]
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Maryland-based blues guitarist Bobby Parker died last week at age 76. [Arts Desk]
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Bobby Parker, the massively talented but under-recognized blues-rock guitarist known for his landmark 1961 cut "Watch Your Step," died last Thursday at Bowie Health Center in Bowie, Md. He was 76.
Besides Parker's claim to fame as the inspiration behind surely dozens of rock songs in the 1960s and beyond—including The Beatles' "I Feel Fine" and [...]