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by Grady Champion

Grady's voice not only makes you think of Robert Johnson, but the way he works the crowd seems as though Johnson's fire and raw sense of what the audience needs is being born inside him.
Genre: Blues: Blues Vocals
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1. Scratch My Back
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2. Born Blind
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3. Brother, Brother
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4. Love and Memories (My Mama's Song)
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5. Goin' Back Home
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6. Stay Away
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7. Blues On Christmas
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8. My Baby Still Loves Me
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11. Blues On Christmas (Traditional)
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Album Notes
Grady Champion is a young, blues singer and harmonica player, born October 10, 1969, that has been compared to Sonny Boy Williamson. Grady is a native of Canton, Mississippi and brings a unique style to the Blues. Grady’s music shows his high-energy singing and harmonica playing and an update of the traditional blues. He started performing at the age of 8 in the Church Choir where his love for music began. Through the years he has developed into not only a great singer and harmonica player, but also an innovative songwriter and producer.

In 1994, Grady won the McDonald’s Music Fest with his performance of “Damn Right, I’ve Got the Blues” and brought the audience of 10,000 to their feet. He has had the pleasure of performing with Blues Greats Luther Allison, Lucky Peterson, and Junior Wells as well as “Clean-Up Woman” Betty Wright.


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