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  1. about. Kenny Wayne Shepherd and his group exploded on the scene in the mid-'90s and garnered huge amounts of radio airplay on commercial radio, which historically has not been a solid home for blues and blues-rock music, with the exception of Stevie Ray Vau.
  2. Utter the phrase "young blues rock guitarist" within earshot of anyone with even a cursory knowledge of the modern musical vanguard and the first name they are most likely to respond with will be Kenny Wayne Shepherd. The Louisiana born axeman and songsmith has sold millions of albums while throwing singles into the Top 10, shining a light on.
  3. Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the self-taught prodigy who told Syracuse on Saturday that he fell in love with the blues at the age of three after seeing Muddy Waters and John Lee Hooker perform together.
  4. Kenny Wayne Shepherd: "Blues for the '90s" Kenny Wayne Shepherd was seven years old when his father took him backstage at a festival in Louisiana to meet Stevie Ray Vaughan. Vaughan sat Shepherd on an amp, giving him a spectacular view of the show. From that moment, the Shreveport, Louisiana, native, now 21, began to define himself through.
  5. Everybody Gets the Blues Lyrics: It don't matter if you're rich / It don't make no differenve if you're poor / Simple things in like can make you mad to the core / It doesn't matter if you're.
  6. Aug 13,  · As a boy growing up in Shreveport, La., in the s, Kenny Wayne Shepherd immersed himself in playing blues guitar the same way other kids immerse themselves in sports, comic books or video games.
  7. Kenny Wayne Shepherd, the year-old guitar prodigy, recorded a show on Feb. 17 at New Orleans' House of Blues that will be cybercast for 24 hours beginning at 6 p.m. PDT on May 8 at the venue's.
  8. Jun 18,  · It’snot hard to get Kenny Wayne Shepherd to talk about cars, especially the Detroit muscle machinesof the early s. The Shreveport, La., blues musician, in fact, seems to have as much respectfor Chrysler and Plymouth products from the V8 era as he does for some of the blues giants that inspiredthe searing, rapid-fire guitar riffs that have become his trademark.

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