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Little Sonny

About Little Sonny

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.

Listen toLittle Sonnyon Rhapsody

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.

About Little Sonny

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.

About Little Sonny

This Detroit-born singer and harmonica player received his training, and his name, from Chicago Blues legend Sonny Boy Williamson. Beginning in the mid-'50s, he evolved his own hard-edged electric "harp" sound, fusing his blues background with the Memphis soul of the Stax label, for whom he eventually recorded in the early '70s.