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Legendary Bluesman Pinetop Perkins Dies

03:31 PM Monday 3/21/11 | |

Grammy-winner Pinetop Perkins, one of the last old-school bluesmen, has died at his home in Austin,Texas. He was 97.

His manager said woke up with chest pains and died of cardiac arrest at the age of 97. Perkins was a fixture of Austin blues clubs, playing regular gigs up to last month. He played the piano with an aggressive style and sand with a distinctive gravelly voice.

Grammy-winner Pinetop Perkins, one of the last old-school bluesmen, has died at his home in Austin,Texas.

His manager said Perkins woke up with chest pains and died of cardiac arrest.

Perkins was a fixture of Austin blues clubs, playing regular gigs up to last month. He played the piano with an aggressive style and sand with a distinctive gravelly voice.

Comments

  1. ahhhhhh wrote:

    04:10 PM, Mar 21, 2011

    Geez.

    RIP.