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Frankie Lee Sims

About Frankie Lee Sims

Cousin of the honorable Lightnin' Hopkins and ardent devotee of the Country Blues culture (Texas style), Frankie Lee Sims rocked the late 1940s and early 1950s with a crunchy, dirty tube-toned, Electric Blues guitar style all his own. Sims' fevered playing pumped a healthy dose of octane boost into the gas tank of his near satanic sound, often inviting the likes of Smokey Hogg and Lil' Son Jackson along for the ride.

Listen toFrankie Lee Simson Rhapsody

Cousin of the honorable Lightnin' Hopkins and ardent devotee of the Country Blues culture (Texas style), Frankie Lee Sims rocked the late 1940s and early 1950s with a crunchy, dirty tube-toned, Electric Blues guitar style all his own. Sims' fevered playing pumped a healthy dose of octane boost into the gas tank of his near satanic sound, often inviting the likes of Smokey Hogg and Lil' Son Jackson along for the ride.

About Frankie Lee Sims

Cousin of the honorable Lightnin' Hopkins and ardent devotee of the Country Blues culture (Texas style), Frankie Lee Sims rocked the late 1940s and early 1950s with a crunchy, dirty tube-toned, Electric Blues guitar style all his own. Sims' fevered playing pumped a healthy dose of octane boost into the gas tank of his near satanic sound, often inviting the likes of Smokey Hogg and Lil' Son Jackson along for the ride.

About Frankie Lee Sims

Cousin of the honorable Lightnin' Hopkins and ardent devotee of the Country Blues culture (Texas style), Frankie Lee Sims rocked the late 1940s and early 1950s with a crunchy, dirty tube-toned, Electric Blues guitar style all his own. Sims' fevered playing pumped a healthy dose of octane boost into the gas tank of his near satanic sound, often inviting the likes of Smokey Hogg and Lil' Son Jackson along for the ride.