Boogie Woogie Red 1973 Amstelveen
Boogie Woogie Red (October 18, 1925 – July 2, 1992) was an American Detroit blues, boogie-woogie and jazz pianist, singer and songwriter. He variously worked with Sonny Boy Williamson I, Washboard Willie, Baby Boy Warren, Lonnie Johnson, Tampa Red, John Lee Hooker and Memphis Slim.
He was born Vernon Harrison in Rayville, Louisiana, moving to Detroit in 1927. In his adolescence, he began performing in local clubs and went on to work alongside Sonny Boy Williamson I, Baby Boy Warren and John Lee Hooker.
In the mid 1970s, Boogie Woogie Red used to play solo piano at the Blind Pig, a small bar in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He recorded his own albums in 1974 and 1977, and toured Europe that same decade. Red appeared on BBC Television‘s Old Grey Whistle Test in May 1973.
He died in Detroit, in July 1992, at the age of 66.
- Live at the Blind Pig (1974) – Blind Pig Records
- Red Hot (1977) – Blind Pig Records
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- 1925 births
- 1992 deaths
- American blues pianists
- American blues singers
- American jazz pianists
- American male singers
- Songwriters from Louisiana
- Boogie-woogie pianists
- Detroit blues musicians
- 20th-century American singers
- Blues musicians from Louisiana
- 20th-century American pianists
- Singers from Louisiana
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