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Charlie Feathers

About this Album

Born in a small town in Mississippi in the 1930s, Feathers first learned to play guitar from Junior Kimbrough and would blend the sounds of Hank Williams, Bill Monroe, and the sharecroppers near his home to create a style uniquely his own. He recorded this self-titled album more than three decades into his career as a pioneer of rockabilly and country music.

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